WATCH: Z-Ro talks about his fight against Trae Tha Truth.


Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro hit back and forth outside a popular basketball game hosted by 50 Cent.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Video of Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro’s physical fight surfaced online

50 Cent took over the City of Houston for his annual Tycoon Weekend on Saturday, August 27th. However, Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro appear to be having trouble outside the venue.

It’s no secret that Trae Tha Truth and Z-Ro share a tight relationship, but in a recently released clip, their friendship doesn’t seem to exist.

Footage shows Z-Ro lying on the ground in a fetal position while being repeatedly assaulted by Trae Tha Truth and his crew.

Also, this video was first shared by Twitter user @T_Nealy91 on Monday, August 29th.

Later in the clip, Z-Ro can be seen standing up and raising his fists to attack the perpetrator. During that time, Trae Tha Truth and a few others step forward to pose a verbal threat to Z-Ro.

Fortunately, the sheriff arrived on time and ended the fight.

Z-Ro opens up about his fight against Trae Tha Truth.

Z-Ro, real name Joseph Wayne McVey IV, sat down with TMZ after a messy argument with Trae Tha Truth and his crew.

He shared his views on the story of a 42-year-old rapper claiming to be ambushed by Trae’s crew after he asked to speak.

The ‘I Can’t Leave You Alone’ artist said, “I attended the 50th Charity Dinner on Saturday and some supporters asked for pictures. Then I saw Tra approaching. He asked me if I could call Hala. I asked who he was talking to. I turned to see if he was doing it, and he asked if I could follow him to the side of the short-distance bus.’

He went on to say, ‘I don’t know if we [are about] To talk like two men, but I was a sucker punch. When it happened… Some other friends (not mine) jumped in.’

The 45-year-old rapper points out that the leaked video doesn’t reveal all the truth behind their fight.

He said, ‘The video being circulated is part of the incident. I don’t show you the beginning I told you to come! At the end of the day, I came to the One Deep event to meet my artist Lolita Monroe. So we were able to support 50 people.’

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