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Bashy beats J.M.E and me at Street Fighter!

Treble T | 13:59 UK time, Tuesday, 16 February 2010

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We're celebrating Homegrown music on 1xtra so you know we gotta do things a bit different, this week we're playing U.K artists at video games while we should really be playing music on the radio. (Great job!).

Princess Nyah came in on Monday to play Mike at Wii sports and she actually tumped him in his face at boxing (ha ha). But today Bashy passed through to play me at Streetfighter. Now I must admit that I started the trash talk early on air, and we'd previously reached out to defending champ JME, and got air.However when it came to the actual day he heard about it and even though man was on tour with Tinchy Styder, he flew down anyway! The talk was just too big and he decided he wanted a piece of the action!

So I took on Bashy at Streetfighter and everything was going well. I won the first round then it all went a bit Pete Tong. The margins were very very slim and he only beat me by a tiny flick. And now the cheeky bugger is Tweeting like crazy. In the midst of gameplay J.M.E walked in to 1xtra towers with an evil look on his face. This is bearing in mind I hosted a Streetfighter competition where J.M.E beat everyone including a couple of professional gamers.

So Bashy was looking a bit worried when he walked in the door and they squared up but to the surprise of all Bashy took out J.M.E in three rounds. To be honest J.M.E could've won but he was trying to show off and win with a combo or special move and paid a steep price. Now he's got to put up with us and Bash tweeting "SHAME GUY"!!

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