Miss Mulatto won Season 1 of The Rap Game
Miss Mulatto won Season 1 of The Rap GameInstagram/Miss Mulatto

After eight gruelling weeks, Jermaine Dupri declared Miss Mulatto as the winner of Season 1 of "The Rap Game" in the previously aired "The Final Battle." Now, the kid rappers are all meeting each other for the "Reunion" episode on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016.

The 17-year-old winner has had a problem with Supa Peach not writing her own lyrics since the beginning and has been raising it since Episode 1. In the reunion episode, the host brings up the controversy again, and hoping to put an end to it once and for all, asks Supa Peach if she writes her own lyrics.

The 12-year-old said that she has been putting her efforts on it, but Mulatto tells her that it is a yes or no question and should be answered accordingly. Supa Peach then says that she does write her own lyrics and that her mother only helps her, but looks down as if she were guilty.

The room gets tense when the parents start chiming in, and Supa Peach's momanger says that every parent helps their kids with their lyrics. However, Mulatto's dad maintains that he has never helped her, and the 17-year-old also maintains she always writes the lyrics for her raps.

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In the heated discussion, Mulatto asks Supa Peach's mother why she is lying, and in response Peach takes off her jacket, as if to fight. An agitated Mulatto asks them if she can say that Supa Peach is a "dope performer," why can they not agree that she is a "dope writer." 

Lil Poppy and Lil Niqo are seen watching the scene unfold, completely confused. Jermaine Dupri finally intervenes and tells that they are fighting about the "stupidest sh*t I ever heard in my entire life". He tells them that as long as they are good performers, it doesn't matter who writes the lyrics for them.

"It's great that y'all are passionate about it, but at the end of the day, that stuff don't matter," he tells them. Miss Mulatto and Supa Peach, however, refuse to let it be, and it looks like there may be a "Love and Hip Hop"-esque fight to look forward to, in "Reunion."

Watch Season 1 Episode 9 of "The Rap Game" at 10 p.m. (EST) on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016. You can also live stream "Reunion" via MyLifetime. For clips from previous episodes of "The Rap Game" visit WhipClip.