Kid LAROI and OneFour wouldn’t talk to each other until next week – The Betoota Advocate
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The Queensland government this morning confirmed new public health restrictions as six new cases were recorded in the state overnight, including one in far north Queensland.
However, with the state’s return to Stage 2 restrictions, 13,000 ticket holders have unfortunately been told they will have to stay home as the stadium is forced to reduce its capacity to 75% for the dcider between the Panthers and the Rabbits.
In addition to these rapidly changing restrictions, the pre-match fanfare is getting more and more strained by the day – as the rugby league world begins to speculate on who will do it when this epic battle takes place south. and western Sydney.
Die-hard Rabbitoh supporters across Australia would be harder than ever to hang out with.
Yesterday it was reported that Russell Crowe is almost unbearable to be around right now.
Country singer Troy Cassar-Daley is all over Instagram posting videos of himself playing Glory Glory to South Sydney on electric guitar.
Meanwhile, Sydney-based TV personalities Mikey Robbins and Andrew Denton were arrested in the NSW Border Ranges as they attempted to illegally enter Queensland in a 1998 Rav4 with stolen license plates .
However, it looks like Penrith fans are just as unruly right now.
Panthers’ degenerate federal Labor MP Ed Husic was spotted shopping today for Penrith themed boots and underwear at the Peter Wynn sports store in Parramatta.
Mount Druitt-proud Studio Ten host Sarah Harris has been fined $ 5,000 for attempting to stage an illegal grand final in the league club parking lot ahead of Sunday’s game.
This “tale of two towns” also engulfed the hip hop community, the world’s highest ranked recording artist, The Kid Laroi, would not have spoken to any of his associated bands in West Sydney until next week at least.
Laroi, 18, a product of the Waterloo Housing Commission apartments in South Sydney, is well known as a die-hard rabbit fan. Sadly, fellow Australian rappers OneFour are also known as perennial Panthers fans.
While label reps for both groups say this sporting rivalry doesn’t amount to “rap bullshit” – it can be confirmed that the OneFour members aren’t interested in talking to Laroi either – for a little while in the process. any case.
This cold war of Australian rap icons is set to last until the end of next week, when celebrations settle in for either side that wins.
The Betoota Advocate contacted The Kid Laroi for an official comment, but only received two words: Glory Glory.
We also reached out to Spenny14 of the Mount Druitt Drilling Group, but he wouldn’t say anything on the phone – choosing to scold Panther before hanging up.