After defeating Nilly to keep his spot, in the competition, the moguls throw King Dillon for a loop and have him battle Ren. From the start, it doesn’t look good for Dillon. First off, the moguls are not pleased with his defeatist attitude, Rick Ross barked, “If you got that type of energy, throw in the towel and look at him and tell him he won, and we can just all save our time.”
Dillon eventually decides to just give it a try, but then Ren starts going off and immediately we’re like:
“I’ll have you cryin’ over your dog like Marley & Me” was what did it for me, but I also cry when someone tells me my shoe is untied, so do with that what you will.
Of course, battle rapping is what Ren does, and try as Dillon might, he doesn’t think he can win. A front runner from the beginning, Dillon leaves, telling Ren that he deserves the W.
The judges are disappointed, but Ross leaves us with these words of wisdom: “When you win, lose or draw, you hold your head up. Never quit, homie.”