CyHi Tha Prynce Doubles Down On $500K Rap Battle With Joe Budden

During a new promotional Team Backpack Cypher, CyHi Tha Prynce casually threw out the idea he’d like to battle Joe Budden for $500,000. Now, he’s doubling up on his offer.

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