RLYoshi as Fence Painter #1
Chaumasaur as Fence Painter #2
JMB as Huck's father.
It's time to settle this once and for all
Which one of the Twain Boys will rise and fall?
Hold on boy, I'm from the land of Missouri.
I'll outrap you so hard, you'll be running in a fury.
It's a damn shame you gotta handle a jury.
I'm a hero, a prodigy from Southern U.S.A.!
So you might as well shut the heck up, I'll win anyways,
Sail away on your boat, Bomb Boy Aye!
Fuckleberry Faggot, where do I even begin?
Are you gonna fake your own death, just to coward out again?
While I'm sleeping in my bed like a normal, functional kid,
I see you in a barn in a cardboard box, ha, you dumb shit.
There's no need for me to rap, is that what you meant?
You're the one who won't shut the fuck up, your books got banned 'cause of your accent.
My name is Tom Sawyer, I got mean, mean, pride,
You never got laid, and, I already have a bride.
Stepping up to me? Compared to you, I'm a saint,
So much confidence, one could say I'm going hard on the paint.
Come on, you little faggle,
Come and eat my big apples.
I'm living through a tough life, that's what's happening!
I guess you could call me Aladdin,
And as Tom is standing in front of that unpainted fence, he starts to realize.
He's nothing but a failure without parents,
It's like Batman with no inheritance.
Are you complainin' 'bout my rhymes, and my ways to deliver?
I spit rhymes with more flow than the Mississippi River,
I got Becky on my side, when's the last time you had a love duet?
The only friend you have is a middle-aged black runaway slave.
The fence is getting whiter, but I'm not painting it as you can tell.
I'm not kidding around, Finn, I can make people rap for me as well.
Your father would always beat you because he was the town drunk.
The battle's over now, and I don't give a Huck!
- This is the fifth battle where Nathan Provost does not rap, and the fourth time he doesn't appear at all.
- This is the second rap battle featuring fictional book characters. The first being Harry Potter vs Percy Jackson. Unlike the previous one, however, the authors of these two characters is the same person.