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Source: Josh Brasted / Getty Erykah Badu and Jill Scott finally had their highly-anticipated Verzuz battle last night (May 9), but it was all love. The living legends spent the time chatting it up like old girlfriends while playing some of their greatest songs.

How do you follow up a night where over 500,000 viewers packed an IG Live battle where we saw Babyface and Teddy Riley remind us that they got hits for days? Easy throw on the  #VERZUZ signal and call out Diddy and Dr. Dre to be the next contestants to step up to the plate. 

The third time turned out to be the charm thankfully with more than 3 million people tuning in to see Babyface and Teddy Riley battle it out musically. Like Saturday's failed event, it also produced some hilarious Twitter commentary as well.

The Verzuz phenomenon has not only reignited a love for black music’s most cherished records, but Swizz Beatz and Timbaland’s musical duel has oddly enough reignited the beef between Bow Wow & Romeo fans. “I’m not gone hold u.. I want an innocent battle, hit for hit between @smoss & @RomeoMiller,” tweeted Twitter user, PrettyNay21. Apparently, all it took […]

When Mr. Riley bowed out of his battle against Babyface, the people weren't pleased.