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Atlanta, GA – Pastor Troy has referred to as out T.I. for suggesting that Tip, Ludacris and Jeezy had been primarily answerable for laying the groundwork for Atlanta’s rap scene.

“These faces together with a number of others (that seem like US) laid the muse for the infrastructure/inventive ecosystem you now know as Atlanta,” T.I. wrote. “THIS OUR SH*T & WE RUN THIS CITY,” Don’t get it FU*Ok’d UP!!! We’ll regulate the temperature to make it as HOT or COLD as we see match. If we ain’t wit it… it ain’t SH*T!”

Troy says he discovered the suggestion humorous since he appeared on the debut albums of all three rappers. The veteran MC featured on “Get Off Me” from Ludacris’s main label debut Back for the First Time, “GA” from Jeezy’s Come Shop Wit Me (technically Jeezy’s second LP) and the remix of “I’m Serious” from T.I.’s first LP.

“I’m on All three of Their FIRST Album…So who am I to This CITY?!!!!” Troy wrote. “I didn’t name no one to get on they albums, They Peopled Called Me…”Why?” Cause I had this City on Click Clack Lock.”

He added, “My Biggest Regret in The Rap Game was Fucking With Niggaz that wished my Spot, Because I Didn’t Have To. I wanted extra Allies to make this ATL Gangsta Rap Scene Stick…So I labored with Everybody.”

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I sit Back and see all this stuff on IG and Laugh. Y’all see them and Think whatever Y’all May, I see them and Say, “I’m on All 3 of Their FIRST Album…So who am I to This CITY?!!!!” I didn’t call nobody to get on they albums, They Peopled Called Me…”Why?” Cause I had this City on Click Clack Lock. My Biggest Regret in The Rap Game was Fucking With Niggaz that wanted my Spot, Because I Didn’t Have To. I needed more Allies to make this ATL Gangsta Rap Scene Stick…So I worked with Everybody. Man, Going At No Limit Made Our Gangsta Rap Scene In ATL. Don’t EVER get that Shit Twisted!!! “We Ready” with that Phone Call To P, Opened All The Doors For ATL Gangsta Rap Scene Today…Nigga, I stopped the Tank!!!Put some Respect on My Name!!!~P.T.Cruzza #FactcheckMe #DSGB #Luda #LilJ #TIP #OnAll3FirstAlbum #TheyNotOnMYFirstAlbum #WARinATL

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Troy additionally notes “No More Play in GA,” his declaration of battle with Master P from his debut LP We Ready (I Declare War), opened up doorways for Atlanta’s gangsta rap scene.

“Going At No-Limit Made Our Gangsta Rap Scene In ATL,” he wrote. “Don’t EVER get that Shit Twisted!!! “We Ready” with that Phone Call To P, Opened All The Doors For ATL Gangsta Rap Scene Today…Nigga, I ended the Tank!!!”

T.I. has but to reply.

However, there’s a sturdy chance that him noting “a number of others (that seem like US)” included names like Troy. Ironically, he might not have wrote an inventory in case he by chance left somebody out and offended them, which occurred anyway.

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