Beanie Sigel has cleared up rumors that he once snapped a CD in half containing Peedi Crakk‘s “One For Peedi Crakk” because it contained a Cam’ron verse.
Speaking to DJ Vlad, Sigel was asked about JAY-Z and Cam’s relationship in addition to the rumored CD-breaking incident, which the Broad Street Bully denied going down in the fashion Peedi Crakk previously claimed it did.
“I don’t know if it went down like that. Crakk [is] crazy, man. I think I heard that story though. It ain’t go down like that’s how it was,” he explained.
Vlad then pressed him about there being static between Hov and Cam’ron. “Yeah, but that wasn’t our business though,” Beans said. “That’s when it was fucked up.”
Vlad continued to harp on his assumption that Jay didn’t want Cam on “One For Peedi Crakk” and had him taken off the record.
“I’ma say this, Jay didn’t want that CD to get leaked and I’m gonna leave it alone. It wasn’t that I took it and broke it and all,” Beans explained. “Because I already know the relationship that Peedie had. We really bang with them to the point we in the studio and Crakk disappear.”
However, Beanie Sigel did admit that the static between Jay and Cam stopped a lot of potential crossover hits between Roc-A-Fella and Dipset from ever happening.
“Whatever they had funny, that stopped a lot of records being made and all that,” he added.
“One For Peedi Crakk” served as Peedi Crakk’s Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam debut single in 2002 and featured Beanie, Young Chris and Freeway. The Megahertz-produced track landed on the Paid In Full soundtrack and reached No. 33 on the Billboard Hot Hip Hop/R&B Singles Sales chart.
Although, Cam’ron eventually landed a verse on the “One For Peedi Crakk” remix alongside Beanie and his Dipset running mate Juelz Santana.