Erika Badu and Jill Scott perform in Verzuz's first female fight on Instagram Live

Erika Badu and Jill Scott perform in Verzuz's first female fight on Instagram Live
Erika Badu and Jill Scott perform in Verzuz's first female fight on Instagram Live

Erika Badu and Jill Scott met with a three-hour spell on Saturday in Verzuz's first live fight between the two women.

But the broadcast was more between playing good music than a "fight" between two friends. The two singers played each of their hits, as well as the songs they wrote.

Many in the 700,000 viewers were surprised that Instagram did not interrupt their live broadcasts, and neither Badu nor Scott got the attention.

Erika Badu and Jill Scott perform in Verzuz's first female fight on Instagram Live

By Amir Vera, c.n.

Updated 0343 GMT (1143 HKT) May 10, 2020

Jill Scott, left, and Erika Badu attracted more than 700,000 viewers during a three-hour live stream on Saturday, May 9, 2020.

(CNN) Erica Badu and Jill Scott reunited for a three-hour spell on Saturday in Verzuz's first live-stream fight between the two women.

But the broadcast was more between playing good music than a "fight" between two friends. The two singers played each of their hits, as well as the songs they wrote.

Many in the 700,000 viewers were surprised that Instagram did not interrupt their live broadcasts, and neither Badu nor Scott got any attention.

Badu told Scott at one point, "I have no idea of ​​the weather. I don't know what that means."

The audience also did not complain.

On April April, the activist said on Twitter, "You'll all be breathing tonight." "It's not a fight. It's mutual recognition. Our queens can take their time. #Verzuz"

People also liked the short moments between Badu and Scott, as if Scott found the word "funny".

Jill said it is a word, so it is a word, ”said activist Brittany Pacnet Cunningham.

Badu and Scott joined Instagram as a part of a producer's series called Verzuz, which was joined by producers Swiz Betz and Timbaland as a way to entertain fans during quarantine. Previous battles have also featured singer and producer Teddy Riley and Babyface, rappers T-Pain and Lil Jon, as well as producers Scott Starch and Manny Fresh.

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