Jadakiss isn’t wasting any time in capitalizing off of his successful victory in his Verzuz IG Live battle against Fabolous.

The Inagtius rapper jumped on Instagram Thursday (July 2) to formally announce the launch of JADADRUNK, a brand coined after his joyful dance moves became the talk of social media on Monday (June 29).

“This is a JadaDrunk summer!” the LOX rapper exclaimed. “Make sure you stay tuned to what’s going on here. Shoutout to all the support from the Verzuz the other night. Shoutout to Timbaland, Swizz. Shoutout to my brother Fabolous. It’s a JadaDrunk summer baby, let’s go!”

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Currently, there are four T-shirts up on JADADRUNK.com. Three of the shirts are black with screen prints of Jada at various points of the battle against Fabolous. The fourth one is all black with the hashtag #CORPORATELY across the front.

Jadakiss Launches ‘JADADRUNK’ Brand Following Verzuz Landslide Over Fabolous

Jadakiss Tells Fabolous Black Rob’s ‘Can I Live’ Was Originally A LOX Track

Jada’s new line wasn’t the only revelation made during the all-NYC Verzuz on Monday. Aside from Fabolous sharing his truth on how both Tamia and Ashanti have verses for his “Into You” hit single, Jada detailed how a Black Rob classic in “Can I Live” originally belonged to The LOX.

“That was originally a LOX song, produced by Deric ‘D-Dot’ Angelettie,” he explained. “We had a little bit of discrepancy with Bad Boy, they held on to it (which was very smart) and they gave it to [Black Rob] for his album.

He added, “It was a great album cut that should have been a single off that ‘Whoa’ album that sold a lot of records. That was a LOX song. Diddy will tell you that, Deric Angelettie will tell you that … the receptionist will tell you that.”

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