Meanwhile, Gucci Mane has weighed in on the debate.
Jacquees sparked quite the debate when he called himself the king of R&B. During Saturday's (Dec. 15) V-103 Winterfest in Atlanta, TMZ ran up on Keith Sweat backstage to get his thoughts on the R&B throne. The 4275 singer was nearby and got wind of the conversation, injecting himself into the camera's view to explain that he was the king of his generation and Sweat's reign was no longer.
Soon after, Jacquees did an interview at the festival alongside the NYC-bred icon, Big Tigger, and Tank. Keith Sweat began to recount the incident and the 24-year-old crooner realized how his actions could've been deemed disrespectful, so he rightly apologized to the "Nobody" artist.
"We just got in a confrontation. Bro finna try to whoop me or something," Jacquees shared to initially break the tension. Sweat detailed how a camera was stuck in his face and he actually wanted nothing to do with the king of R&B conversation. "So you need to apologize, young man," Sweat said. "I'm sorry, apologies," the Georgia native quickly replied. No love was lost and everything seemed to be smoothed over, as the group enjoyed a laugh about the entire situation.