We've heard "Panda" remixes from Dave East, Lupe Fiasco and Lil' Kim, but now an unexpected MC has jumped on Desiigner's platinum-selling track. Four-weight class world champion boxer Adrien Broner dropped his own version titled "SLAMMER" and he's coming for Floyd Mayweather Jr. and the Money Team.

Just when you thought it may be a draw, "SLAMMER" serves as the next round in the ongoing battle in the Broner and Mayweather feud. In the accompanying visuals, director Kendall Mathis follows the champ in the studio and onstage to perform as Broner spits boastful bars about his talent, wealth and avoiding getting locked up for going off on TMT. "I watch all of these niggas/I got Floyd going against me, I really ain’t tripping," he raps. "Turned on me over some business/I found out I couldn’t get him, so I knocked out his nigga."

Mayweather isn't the only TMT member Broner is naming on the track. He also mentions his victory over Ashley Theophane. He then went on to issue a warning to the other crew members he's not feeling. Broner signs off with, "If you ain’t none of them niggas and reppin’ that Money Team, shit, swear to God, you could get it."

Broner appears to have talents in the booth and in the ring. He has bars and even completes the track with his take on Desiigner's tongue-rolling ad-libs.

"SLAMMER" already has more than 33,000 views on YouTube as commenters are saying Broner is one of the few athletes who can transition into a rapper.

What do you think of "SLAMMER?"

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