Houston rap legend Scarface sounds like he’s letting his Twitter fingers get the best of him. The hip-hop veteran has lit up social media with some apparent smoke aimed at a nemesis.
Scarface Sounds Ready For Battle
Face Mob went to his Twitter page with a hard-hitting tweet. While brief and to the point, Scarface didn’t indicate if his words were meant literally or possibly for a much-needed Verzuz songs battle.
“Better leave me alone I’m on on…. I’ll light yo A** up”
Detroit rapper Royce Da 5’9 shared the same tweet on his Instagram page and appeared to co-sign Scarface’s words.
Scarface Gives Huge Kidney Updates
In October 2020, Face Mob went to his Twitter page to let followers know he must wait a few months to find out if he’s a solid candidate for a transplant. He also announced blood type didn’t play a part in who could donate.
“I’ve started the process to get a kidney transplant, I appreciate the love! it should take me 2-3 months to see if I’m a good candidate, in the meantime you stay healthy, the list will open shortly there after and we can discuss who’s a match.. again I appreciate that y’all.. … Just found out blood type don’t matter if you are a donor they will match me with my kidney in exchange so anyone can be a donor, can’t thank y’all enough” -Scarface’s Twitter
Fat Joe and T.I. Pray For Scarface
The same week, both rap star T.I. and Fat Joe delivered heartwarming messages to Face. They both offered to pay eligible people to come through with a kidney donation.
“This real sh*t right here prayers for the legend @brothermob we gotta bag for any volunteers 🙏🏽 @troubleman31” -Fat Joe’s Instagram
“Love & Prayers To Da Homie @brothermob We got a bag for a volunteer… who B+? Serious inquiries only hit my dms to verify ya B+ blood type.” -T.I.’s Instagram
Face Mob Tests Positive For COVID-19
Face recently battled a coronavirus infection and ultimately pulled through. However, the rap star later suffered kidney failure in April during the COVID-19 battle and in June said his kidneys never fully recovered.
“COVID attacked my lungs first, and then it attacked my kidneys and knocked them out,” he told the outlet. “I got full lung recovery, but my kidneys never came back … I’m still a little weak. I don’t have a lot of strength in my legs yet. I still haven’t got full taste back and sense of smell yet. But I am glad to be alive.” (NY Post)