J. PRINCE SAYS HE’S GOT AN OFFER FOR BIRDMAN TO FREE WAYNE THAT HE CAN’T REFUSE. 👀😈
For those that don’t know who on earth J. Prince is, he is the Rap-A-Lot founder and HIGHLY respected O.G🎖 from Houston who allegedly runs the streets of Houston.
He apparently has such a tight grip on the streets that nothing goes down without his blessing.
Legendary boxing promoter and businessman Bob Arum actually speaks of a story where he had to pay J. Prince $600, 000 (R8 million) to save floyds life, he says:
“We were at dinner one night and I got a call that there was a disturbance in my gym,” Arum told Dan LeBatard and Bomani Jones. “Floyd apparently had asked us not to do a fight in October but to do it in December after James Prince’s contract with him had run out.
The disturbance in my gym was that some people came over, with or without the knowledge of James Prince, and proceeded to break a couple of heads of people in Mayweather’s camp with baseball bats. So the gym was splattered with blood. Floyd came to my office the next day and he said, ‘Prince wants his money from the fight that’s coming up.’ I said, ‘Fine, if that’s what you want. I’ll write him a letter of credit.’ Floyd said, ‘Prince don’t do no letters of credit. You better send the cash.’ So I wrote a check, and I made a contract with Prince’s lawyer and he got paid the money that he said he was entitled to as Floyd’s manager.”
He had previously announced his allegiance to Weezy and mocked the Cash Money CEO for demanding “respek” to be put on his name. Now, in a recent interview with TMZ, Prince said he wants to help Bryan Williams reach an end to the saga between him and Wayne.
“As I’ve stated publicly a few times, we’re going to get to the bottom of that,” he shared. “We’re going to make ’em an offer they can’t refuse.”
The reporter questioned the nature of the offer, and said it sounds threatening, given Prince’s history of violence.
“It’s not that bad, but it depends on how they embrace it,” the mogul said.
Birdman also owes Prince’s son, Jas, millions of dollars after a lengthy lawsuit over the rights to Drake’s music. Prince was asked where he thought Birdman stashes all the money owed to Tunechi and Jas.
“It has to be somewhere, so wherever it’s at, we have to reach in and grab it, even if it’s in his ass,” he says.
Amidst the battle, Lil Wayne has kept his business moving as much as he can, touring and even starting a Young Money Radio station on Dash Radio.