Atlanta rappers Shawty Lo and T.I. continued their cold war of words June 14th at the sold out Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash in Phillips Area.
Shawty Lo began his set with a video package detailing his escape from an inept FBI agent who curiously resembled his rival T.I.
The amusing video featured the agent getting punched to the floor by his female superior for failing to capture Lo.
Shawty Lo made it a point to bring out a host of Bankhead artists to solidify his claim as King of Bankhead, the legendary west side neighborhood of Atlanta.
D4L, D.G. Yola, and Dem Franchize Boyz all made appearance during the set and performed signature tracks from their catalogues.
Ludacris also made an appearance to perform his verse off the Dey Know Remix.
The biggest statement to T.I. was Shawty Los big screen photo which read A New King is Born, an obvious challenge to T.I.s title of King of the South.
T.I. headlined the show and made numerous references to haters who continue running their mouths about him.
Showing his own support, TIP brought out rising star B.O.B. to perform his regional hit Haters Everywhere We Go.
T.I. returned Los earlier jabs by abruptly stopping a song, shouting out Get, Get, Get It! and doing a mock Shawty Lo dance to oohs from the sold out crowd.
Feeling he had made his point, the King of South shouted out Bankhead, that he owns Atlanta, and that This is my Birthday Bash! I own this sh*t!
T.I. and Shawty Lo have not commented further on the show at press time.