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2 Chainz Claims He Had Best Verse on Kanye West’s “Mercy” Song Which Also Featured Big Sean and Pusha T in 2012 – “No Disrespect But I Kilt all Dem Boys”

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Many remember the hit single “Mercy” by Kanye West in 2012 which featured fellow G.O.O.D. Music superstars Big Sean, Pusha T, Big Sean and also a verse from 2 Chainz. This went on to appear on the label’s ‘Cruel Summer’ album in September of that year. It’s still regarded as one of West’s best songs to date and now, fans on social media are debating who had the best verse.

2 Chainz is chiming in on this debate and believes that he easily had the best verse. On Instagram he said “No disrespect but I kilt all dem boys.” His fans in the comments agreed as some said “Without a doubt, consistently from first to last bar” while another confidently agreed by replying “BIG FACTS.”

Sean, Pusha T, and West all did their thing so they have strong cases two. This debate will go on though but it’s good for hip-hop. Check out 2 Chainz proclaim that he had the best verse on Mercy, the music video for the song along with more reactions supporting 2 Chainz in his claim below.

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No disrespect but I kilt all dem boys

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