Two Of The 112 Members Of The Decrease Of Jagged Edge Verzuz Battle On The Legal Dispute

HipHop News Posted on May 23, 2020 at 7:53am

Two Of The 112 Members Of The Decrease Of Jagged Edge Verzuz Battle On The Legal Dispute

Don't expect that all the four harmonies of "Cupid" on Monday night.

Veteran R&B groups Jagged Edge and 112 are set to square off in the last Verzuz Instagram Live battle on Memorial Day (May 25). However, it now appears that some members of 112 are not eligible to participate.

Daron Jones and Quinnes "Q" Parker both shared a message on Instagram explaining that they would not be part of the Verzuz battle against JE because of a legal issue..centered-ad {

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"Dear 112 Fans," Q wrote on Friday (May 22). "Thank you for the outpouring of love and support. It is amazing and we appreciate how much of your heart and the souls that have been poured out in our careers. We are simply blown away by the passion you have for our music. But unfortunately we're not going to participate in the next Verzuz with Jagged Edge due to an ongoing legal problem that is not established."

He added, "P. S. From our mouth to your heart, Daron and I never quit 112 nor our fans. This is a fabricated lie and it is not our narrative. In due time, you will receive the truth narrative. Until then, we love you and thank you again for your continued support."

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A post shared by Q Parker (@qparker112) as of May 22, 2020 at 4:36pm PDT

The legal battle Q and Daron is referenced is with fellow group member Slim, who sued the two in 2019, over a trademark infringement.

"It breaks my heart to have to participate in a lo


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