It always sucks when you lose a bet, and losing a bet after your protege got body bagged in a rap battle must make the loss sting even more. Eagles player DeSean Jackson hosted a youth toy giveaway with T.I. through his DeSean Jackson Foundation on Wednesday, December 19th, and later that night he wound up challenging Meek Mill to a battle rap bet...bad move.
This all occurred at T.I.'s "Trouble Man" album release party, where DeSean had his protege, Retro, face off against Meek's rapper Lil Snupe in a $10,000 on-the-spot rap battle. The judges were T.I., Michael Vick, Trae Tha Truth, and Rich Kid Shawty. DeSean was pretty confident in his boy's skills at first, but the end result was a salty one, as Meek's boy Lil Supe put the lyrical beats on Retro which lead to DeSean exiting the premises highly upset. Meek later donated the money he won to the Strawberry Mansion H.S. in Philadelphia which is facing troubled times due to a lack of finances and it may ultimately close soon, along with 36 other troubled schools.
Meek tweeted about his boy's victory; see his tweet above.
Now, how many of you would like to see Meek actually step into the ring?