Bronx, NY – Mysonne was one of several Bronx-bred industry figures who was tagged in J. Prince’s Instagram post about YBN Almighty Jay’s robbery. But despite his admiration for the Rap-A-Lot Records mogul, he thought Prince’s approach was off and potentially made things worse.

He made his feelings clear in an Instagram post he shared to his account on Monday night (March 11).

“First of all I want to state that I dont condone this type of juvenile behavior!” Mysonne wrote. “Neither I nor any one affiliated with me conducts themselves in this manner ! With that being said I respect @jprincerespect for what you have done for the culture and the way you have been A1 from day one, But I myself have conducted myself in a manner which demands a certain level of respect and consideration and the message you relayed on your instagram post was inappropriate.

“Had you or mutual friends or acquaintances of ours reached out me thru Dm or phone I would have seen fit to reach out to anyone needed to right this wrong , on the premise of mutual respect and Admiration but as a result of this msg I have cowards on my page telling me ‘I better get that chain back’ etc.”

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First of all I want to state that I dont condone this type of juvenile behavior! Neither I nor any one affiliated with me conducts themselves in this manner ! With that being said I respect @jprincerespect for what you have done for the culture and the way you have been A1 from day one, But I myself have conducted myself in a manner which demands a certain level of respect and consideration and the message you relayed on your instagram post was inappropriate. Had you or mutual friends or acquaintances of ours reached out me thru Dm or phone I would have seen fit to reach out to anyone needed to right this wrong , on the premise of mutual respect and Admiration but as a result of this msg I have cowards on my page telling me "I better get that chain back" etc..The way your msg was delivered can be interpreted as more of a threat than a call out to allies to resolve a potential Catastrophic situation. These are kids who are not in my direct circle, and your msg puts me and what I represent in jeopardy. I want to believe that you meant it in all love and respect king, but unfortunately Social media was not the correct place to seek a solution to this problem, but on the contrary it may have done more harm. Please king utilize your Dm or use our mutual friends to connect with me and let's connect and Attempt to unite and fix all miscommunication. Respectfully Mysonne

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Mysonne continued, “The way your msg was delivered can be interpreted as more of a threat than a call out to allies to resolve a potential Catastrophic situation. These are kids who are not in my direct circle, and your msg puts me and what I represent in jeopardy.

“I want to believe that you meant it in all love and respect king, but unfortunately Social media was not the correct place to seek a solution to this problem, but on the contrary it may have done more harm. Please king utilize your Dm or use our mutual friends to connect with me and let’s connect and Attempt to unite and fix all miscommunication.”

Almighty Jay, who Prince calls his “son,” was robbed and assaulted outside of a NYC Saks Fifth Avenue store on Saturday (March 9). In video captured of the incident, the aspiring rapper is kicked in the head with brutal force as they make off with his wallet, Rap-A-Lot chain and his shoes.

As part of his Instagram post, Prince identified the attackers as Zae Numbafive and his crew. The alleged suspects have since taunted Prince in a video showing off the stolen Rap-A-Lot chain.