Lil Yachty & Joe Budden Want to Play Dodgeball Against Each Other

Lil Boat wants Migos on his team.

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It’s no secret that Lil Yachty and Joe Budden don’t see eye to eye, so when the “1 NIGHT” rapper noted he wanted to play dodgeball against a rapper and his team on Twitter, Budden jumped to the offer. Adding fuel to their feud that began when Budden called Lil Boat during his appearance on Everyday Struggle, the two quickly began to discuss details regarding the potential match. Yachty made it clear that he wanted to get Migos who also have beef with the former host on his team by posting a clip from the Western comedy film, Three Amigos. While Budden made the bid for the match to be streamed somewhere, which caught the attention of rap mogul Diddy. If all things pan out, we could very well be seeing a rap dodgeball match in the near future.

Check out Lil Yachty and Joe Budden’s back and forth on Twitter below and let us know what you think about the potential dodgeball match.

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