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360 No Longer Battling Aussie MCs

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 25, 2012

Having featured in one of the most publicised rap battles to ever happen in Australia, you’d think 360 would be making the most of the platform, but according to the currently buzzworthy rapper, it might be a thing of the past.

The very vocal artist took to Twitter to announce that for the foreseeable future, he will no longer be battling Australian MCs. His reason seems to stem from the fact that he no longer has anything to gain from the practice, I assume referencing the fact that he’s currently the poster boy of the scene, and continuing to suggest that his opponents have everything to gain, should he be usurped.

The rant quickly turned towards his music and career. I guess someone questioned 60’s integrity, to which he responded with a triage of tweets explaining how little his record label, or any other entity for that matter, have previously intervened with his music. 60 maintains that he does what he wants, when he wants, and by whichever means he deems necessary – and is in fact doing it now.

Quick to remind the trolls about his massive fan base, solid internal support group, and smoking-hot fiancee, 360 wrapped up the rant. I’d imagine someone, somewhere thought they were being funny, but is now walking with their tail between their legs.

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