Real Talk anxiously started the cypher first and claimed that he didn't want to hear any thing about Juice Streets. He compared his adversary's guns to a song from Bone Thugs and Harmony then claimed to be spitting razors. His lyrical content was thorough. He accused his opponent of sitting between the legs of a person who was bleeding aids. Juice Streets then went into rhyme and claimed Real Talk wasn't real. he then told him to hush his mouth and claimed that he heard Ivan Da Great writes his raps. He seemed to be spitting a freestyle. He also accused his adversary of switching when he walked and claimed it was body bag time. This round of the cypher was a tie in my opinion.
In the second round of the rhyme battle Real Talk went into spit and claimed that Juice Streets wasn't street. He truly showed off the full capability of the way he put together rhymes. He ended his verse claiming that his rival was nice and he was glad to rhyme the nicest. Juice Streets then went into spit and claimed he would like to battle Dirt. He then claimed to be Mr. 315 and claimed he could shoot his challengers kid out of his car seat. Juice Streets won this this round of the match was a tie in my opinion.
In the last round of the rhyme battle Real Talk went into rhyme and claimed he should slap the flames out Juice Streets. He then claimed to spit lyrical and told his opponent that he better fear the flow. He obviously ended his bars spitting off the top. Juice Streets then went into spit and claimed he would get Real Talk's microphone snatched. He then claimed that he would run trains on his challengers woman and acted like he messed up then jumped back in. Juice Streets won this round of the exhibition.