Swae Lee Reveals Whether He'd Be Open to a Rae Sremmurd and Migos 'Verzuz' Battle

A verzuz battle between Rae Sremmurd and Migos? Swae Lee doesn't seem to like it.
The 27-year-old singer-rapper, half of Rae Sremmurd, was asked about the potential clash in a recent Power 106 interview. Host Teddy Mora said he wasn't sure which hip-hop act would come out on top, as both groups have classic hits up their sleeves. Swae apparently agreed and suggested that he and his brother Slim Jxmmi could have a good fight.
"I'll just say we have a nice catalog. It's going to be tough," said Swae. "We have some classics. I have some classics. SremmLife has some classics. Do you know what I'm saying? The numbers don't lie."
"So would you do that?" Asked Mora.
"That would be good because they got some hits; we got some hits," replied Swae. "That'd be fun ... you'd have to cut a nice little [check] off us all. This is going to be full of action. You know we're going to show up."
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