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[revolt] Jermaine Dupri recalls the time an NYC DJ shaded a southern rap song and his reaction

It doesn’t get much more real than Fridays with “The Fat Joe Show” and we’re back this week with the juice straight from two living hip hop legends Jermaine Dupri and Wyclef Jean. This episode took viewers back years as we heard untold stories from Wyclef working with late great Whitney Houston and DJ Khaled to JD’s experience on one of the first-ever hip hop tours. However, the 411 really spilled when we got Dupri’s take on Fat Joe’s previous New York vs. Atlanta discussion with fellow rapper T.I.

Fat Joe opens up with “T.I. was on here talking about New York never had love for the south, and we wouldn’t play the south’s music, and it was harder being from the south. Do you agree with his theory or was it really like that back in the day?” Without a pause or moment of contemplation, JD responds, “100 percent!”

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