Daylyt’s battle against Real Deal in Phoenix on Saturday, Oct. 4 brought a little more than his typical antics.
As the crowd waited for the battle to begin, rumors circulated that Daylyt was offstage changing into his costume for the night. Soon after, he appeared in an all-black outfit with a full cloak over his head.
Daylyt went first and had the entire crowd’s attention before even spitting his first bar. He handed out cards to people in the crowd from a deck he’d brought. He said, “Let’s all play a game. Deal or no deal.” He explained that the person who got the “lucky card” would decide whether Daylyt would use bars or antics. The woman who received the lucky card chose bars after strong suggestions from the rest of the crowd. Daylyt replied: “Well, I ain’t got none.”
In Round 2, some fans weren’t feeling Daylyt’s antics, beginning to heckle and demand bars, though many others in the audience were amused.
In the third round, Daylyt told the crowd that fans had expected Real Deal to "take [Day's] head off" and then said that he'd already done it himself. He removed his cloak to reveal a decapitated head (that rolled onto the stage) leaving just his bloodied neck.
He finally got to some bars, but by this point the crowd had already fully lost their patience with him. As the crowd booed, Daylyt said, “If I hear two more boos, I’ma take a boo boo on stage.”
Daylyt — having received more than two boos — pulled down his pants and squatted into position to defecate. As soon as that happened, all the battlers surrounding him cleared the stage.
The crowd reacted wildly, realizing he was actually going to do it this time.
Before Daylyt released his “boo boo” in Phoenix, two of the venue’s security guards grabbed him, pulled him backstage and then escorted him off the premises, locking him outside a large iron gate.
Which is when we interviewed him:
Real Deal only delivered his first two rounds before Daylyt was kicked out and didn’t get a chance to spit his third.
The venue’s head of security later explained to BattleRap.com that they removed Daylyt because if he’d defecated on stage there would’ve been issues with the Department of Health.
Oh, and we got the head.
Always good to bring a souvenir home from a trip. pic.twitter.com/5pE1ZMAlN1— BattleRapDotCom (@battlerapdotcom) October 5, 2014
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