After an emotional toast to Nikki2States, whose parting words were "I'm goin' to my house to get some d---," Serch announced that "things are about to bust off." However, he didn't help the girls alleviate the tension in the air with his manly charms (pause), he instead brought the desperate houserappers to the Los Angeles Gun Club, where Cherry immediately pointed out that she was out on bail and couldn't participate.

At the Gun Club, Serch, dressed as "Kojew" with a blowpop (gangsta?), and YoYo, looking like Jackie Brown judged the girls' shooting skills. Byata scored the highest, winning every woman's fantasy, an exclusive BBQ with WC and a guest of her choice.

Byata used her moment with rap royalty to tell WC that she and Rece are putting "New York back on the map." WC responded by pausing to stare at her like her mouth was on fire. "New York is already on the map, yo," he finally said. Then he took her bottle of Patron and bounced.

The girls were then challenged to kick 16 bars about uplifting the hood to a group of screwfaced teenage girls. Byata said she was "intimidated" by the lack of white faces. She then blanked out and kept repeating phrases like "Uh huh, yeah, we gotta do it for the children." Cherry forgot her verse, Rece rapped to the floor, then Chiba kicked a very polished 16 in construction boots and an outfit that looked like a striped sock, to the audience's hearty approval.

Back at the Fembassy, Rece and Byata accused Chiba of using a recycled verse. Chiba responded and insisted that her verse was "very very fresh, very f----- fresh." Drama ensued and the ladies proceeded to curse each other out.

When it came time to face Serch and YoYo. The pair informed the ladies that "all of you except one embarrassed yourselves out there." They went in on Byata in particular, who responded by pointing out that "Not everything f----- Picasso painted was the s---."

Chiba won the Golf Crown and Byata threatened to quit, prompting YoYo to finally come alive, angrily telling Byata that she's a "Superstar," to which Byata agreed. "Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror and go 'Yo b you got this, look at you, wit your image.'" She continued to say that she believes she is a superstar and wants to win the contest "for the world." The world responded that if she gave it her winnings we'd all get .00000000000001 cents.

Finally, the contestants were charged with writing a verse dedicated to the word "bitch," because as YoYo put it, "Journalists always wants to know what is the woman's stance on the word bitch!" We can all vouch for her there- it's a huge concern. HUGE.

The elimination came down to Byata, who stumbled over her lines and Chiba, whose meandering 16 was clearly aimed at some random dude, even though she introduced the verse as a response to Byata.

Serch and YoYo questioned whether Chiba was, in fact, reusing old material, as Byata had previously claimed. Serch then finally capped off the NY/NJ beef by announcing "I'm really sorry Byata, but you got no one left in the house to hate, Chiba step off." But as we all know, three's a crowd.