Offset has responded to J. Prince’s comments surrounding TakeOff’s death following his appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast over the weekend.
The Migos rapper defended himself and dissed J. Prince and the Mob Ties family in a rant posted to his Instagram Story shortly after the Grammy Awards where TakeOff was honored on Sunday night (February 5).
“First off, y’all n-ggas speaking on my real brother,” he begins the clip. “I don’t know what the fuck y’all n-ggas got going on. Y’all n-ggas speaking on my real brother. How dare one of y’all n-ggas speak on me and Take’s relationship. I don’t know you n-gga from a can of paint n-gga. Y’all don’t know how me and my brother rock, n-gga.
“You trying to clear your fate, n-gga. This your fifth interview, n-gga, you don did about my n-gga. You didn’t think about his momma, you didn’t think about the family, n-gga? We ain’t say nothing. Ain’t nobody say nothing bout you n-ggas. Who y’all n-ggas think you is John Gotti, n-gga? Ain’t nobody going for none of that!”
Offset fires back at J Prince ov
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Offset continued to explain that if J. Prince heard something from him then the Rap-A-Lot executive should call his phone directly and not speculate in interviews.
“Y’all n-ggas airing it out on an interview talking about, ‘I said this.’ N-gga, call my phone homie. You call my phone and we’ll have a conversation. All that playing internet games,” he added.
Million Dollaz Worth of Game co-hosts Gillie and Wallo were hesitant to sit down with Prince but decided to do the interview upon finding out that J. Prince spoke with Quality Control boss Pierre “Pee” Thomas in wake of TakeOff’s death.
J. Prince decided to address Offset directly around the 58-minute mark of the hour-long podcast episode.
“Offset, I ain’t gonna leave him out,” Prince said. “I’m just real like this. N-ggas be throwing rocks and hiding their hands, right … And I don’t like them kind of individuals. And the truth of the matter is, one can dance and different things in front of all these cameras and all that other shit.
“When in reality, the truth of the matter is, you wasn’t really there with TakeOff when he was alive. So for you to take the positions that you taking … I’ma just say this to you, don’t ever put me in no position where I have to defend myself. That wouldn’t be healthy for you. I have to say that but it’s a million dollars worth of game.”
TakeOff (real name Kirsnick Khari Ball) was shot and killed outside a bowling alley in Houston, Texas on November 1.
The Migos hitmaker is said to have been an innocent bystander to a dice game involving Quavo and other men when an altercation broke out and shots were fired, striking TakeOff in the head and torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 33-year-old man named Patrick Clark has been charged with his murder. Clark, known locally as DJ Pat, has maintained his innocence and was released from jail on a $1 million bond in January.