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VLAD TV | Math Hoffa: Battlers Are In Love With Saying My Name in Battles
Math Hoffa spoke with Battle Rap Journalist Michael Hughes about his most recent experience co-hosting the R.B.E. event “Blood, Sweat, and Tiers,” in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV.
Hoffa, who has been away from the spotlight for some time now, said that it felt good to be back in that environment and hopes to host more events in the future. He reflected on how many times battlers used his name as a part of a punchline, and Math spoke about how everyone seems to always say his name during their rounds. Instead of being offended by the lyrical disses, Math accepts them as recognition that his career in the sport will always remain relevant.
He concluded the interview by joking about how he plans on running up on battlers unexpectedly and spitting bars at them on the spot to see if they can handle the sudden pressure.