Throughout the evening, the self-described "Radio Killa" performed songs like 'Shawty Is Da S---,' 'Walkin' on the Moon,' 'Falsetto,' 'Ghetto,' 'Long Gone,' 'Wake Me When It's Over' and many more tracks off projects like '1977' and his forthcoming album, 'Love IV MMXII.' While he served fans with charisma and sex-drenched lyrics, he also gave them some commentary on the current state of R&B.
"I haven't done a show in two years," he said during a break between his infectious songs. "And since then there's like four n----s that sound like me. I'm just being honest."
Those words prompted The Weeknd, a Toronto native and Drake's R&B ace, to take his own shots at The-Dream.
ham burglar lookin' ass nigga...- The Weeknd (@theweekndxo) March 13, 2012
When the veteran singer-songwriter learned of the "hamburglar" Twitter post Monday night, he released several sentiments on his own account that attacked The Weeknd for having a guilty conscious.
Like my father said. Say ur piece son if a man feel uncomfortable enough a cheat, and a liar will identify his self. Amen. Now I know 4 Sure- Terius Nash (@MrTeriusNash) March 13, 2012
I said I was Honest not petty. Joke all you want. Grown Man.- Terius Nash (@MrTeriusNash) March 13, 2012
Love killed Hate. I'm going to support the movement where if u can't say it in person don't say it. Nothing but love from here lil homie.- Terius Nash (@MrTeriusNash) March 13, 2012
"R&Beef," as Mr. Terius Nash put it, is still alive and thriving.