J. Prince has issued a warning to Offset amid their war of words following TakeOff’s death in the Rap-A-Lot executive’s city of Houston.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday (February 8), J. Prince called the Migos rapper a “fake muthafucka” and reminded him of their many interactions in the past. The post followed Offset saying he didn’t know J “from a can of paint” after the latter had called him out during a recent appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast.
“To those of you that still live on principles over emotions that know and respect me it’s all good,” J. Prince’s caption began. “I don’t care about the media hoes; they eat shit for a living. We live on different planets and breathe different air if you know what I mean. I only display loyalty and friendship to my brothers and sisters until they show me they’re unworthy.”
He continued: “Never been a bully or lived a life where I abused my power on the weak. No matter what you heard; it’s cap. I’m glad I’m not one of those individuals that my family has to hold their head down when my name is mentioned. So excuse me while I deal with these clowns because ain’t nobody gonna tell them the truth like I’m a give it to them.”
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In the accompanying post, J broke down their alleged prior interactions and called Offset a rattlesnake and “a tender dick n-gga,” among other things.
“This clown Offset suffering from being a fake muthafucka disease,” J. Prince said. “He wanna play victim now but he was a volunteer when he spoke threats about me and my family name in his mouth about what he gonna do. ‘Why you didn’t call me to talk?’ is the twist he wanna use. Tell lies in your woman ear, n-gga. I don’t have time to listen to weak shit.
“Now you want to fake in front of a camera, tryna hide behind TakeOff’s mother when I’ve shown nothing but respect for her and the family. See boy you acting like you a part of a family that don’t really fuck with you because you’re a snake. Now you don’t know me from a can of paint. Let me see if I can refresh your memory.
“Remember we talked when you got your ass whooped in Atlanta? You forgot? Remember when you called up on me and I came to LA and met with you because you was nervous about your wife performing because she had them issues about using the word ‘flu’? You forgot? Remember when you and Sauce Walka was beefing and you wanted me to stamp that bullshit? You forgot that too? I can go on, but I think you remember now.
“See this is the reason I say blood make you kin and loyalty make you family because of muthafuckas like you that have stuck a knife in the back of the ones you call your brother. Explain! Since you a real ass n-gga, explain to the people the real reason why you weren’t on that stage at the Grammys with Quavo, who you call your brother, for the tribute. You ain’t man enough to do that because you what we call a tender dick n-gga.”
He continued: “Quavo, TakeOff and the family wasn’t fucking with you for a while before his passing and still don’t fuck with you because you a rattlesnake n-gga. Quavo been letting you make it because he got a good heart. It’s consequences when you fuck with me. I don’t have no heart for no snake and I’ll give you what you ask for.
“And by the way, I don’t think I’m no John Gotti,” J. Prince concluded. “That ain’t who I looked up to. It’s no secret who my OG is. The flag you perpetrating with. Homie you better go do what you do best. Write some rhymes and quit playing gangsta. I don’t want no trouble. Peace.”
Shortly after his post, both Offset and his wife Cardi B. responded in a series of tweets.
“Street Nigga turn [cop emoji],” Offset wrote. “never needed you for no smoke u da police all mouth with no proof just fairy tales 😂 let this be the last time we speak on this.”
“BIG LIES,” Cardi added.
In a since-deleted tweet, she responded to a fan who said that J. Prince had to help her feel safe in L.A.
“NEVER…tell him to show receipts,” Cardi wrote, according to Baller Alert. “Only people that was there was Wack and Big U. Why would he be call[ed] for anything involving crips? Whole bunch of fairy tales.”
Street Nigga turn 👮🏾never needed you for no smoke u da police all mouth with no proof just fairy tales 😂 let this be the last time we speak on this
— OFFSET (@OffsetYRN) February 9, 2023
— Cardi B (@iamcardib) February 8, 2023
Million Dollaz Worth of Game co-hosts Gillie Da Kid and Wallo had been hesitant to sit down with J. Prince for the interview that sparked all of this, but decided to do it upon finding out that J. Prince spoke with Quality Control boss Pierre “Pee” Thomas in wake of TakeOff’s death.
“Offset, I ain’t gonna leave him out,” J said on the episode. “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.”