In a video exclusive with Forbez DVD Capone addressed the snitch allegations and alludes to there being much more in store for Prodigy.
“I’m talkin’ to you Pussy P…You talkin’ about nigga’s crowns is so soft my nigga. Fuck is wrong with you? Look where I’m at. What you want me to do, walk around this bitch? I ain’t got to prove to you I’m from QB or [that] my nigga’s hold me down in my hood nigga,” Capone explained in the video. “Let me tell you something man, niggas don’t rat on my side my nigga…We got a lot of things in store for you. This is just the beginning, act one.”
According to Prodigy, Capone once testified in court against Havoc’s brother Killer Black. He referred back to the incident in an excerpt in “My Infamous Life” and spoke briefly about Capone in a recent interview with Complex magazine.
“People were upset, but that was just one of those things that just never came out. It just never happened. I can’t tell you why,” said Prodigy when asked why the news on Capone hadn’t come out sooner. “I didn’t even want to believe it. None of us wanted to believe it, but that’s what really happened though. We like Capone, and he just did that.”
Although the trial happened quite a while ago Prodigy has worked with C-N-N (Capone and Noreaga) on numerous occasions, a point Noreaga made sure to make clear in an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club.
“If that was the case then why is it seven Mobb Deep and Capone and Noreaga records that exist,” asked Noreaga during the interview. “If a dude snitch on my man I ain’t hanging with him.”
Prodigy has yet to respond to the remarks made in Capone’s video.
UPDATE: After Capone’s statements were made, Prodigy called into Funkmaster Flex’s HOT 97 New York radio show last night (April 25). The Mobb Deep co-founder reacted to the Capone-N-Noreaga co-founder’s sentiments. “I feel that [Capone] is probably upset because the truth of the matter came out now, as far as what happened with Havoc’s brother and the whole case thing. It’s sad that it went down the way that it went down. We didn’t ask ‘Pone to do that; we didn’t have nothin’ to do with that decision-making,” said P. “He has to take that up with hisself at the end of the day…in no way, shape or form was I trying to be disrespectful or to target him or ruin somebody’s career. That wasn’t my intentions at all. My intentions was just to tell the story how it went down and how it is.”
Prodigy went on to call C-N-N “friends” and point to the two groups’ rich musical history within Queensbridge. RapRadar.com ripped the full audio from the interview.
HipHopDX will keep you updated.