According to All HipHop, Cesar Pina (also known as Flipping NJ) has been brought up in a number of financial mismanagement issues as some of his disgruntled clients have taken to social media to voice their frustrations.
One person claimed they’ve lost $1,000,000 from doing business with the New Jersey real estate investor, while another said that they are out of pocket by $500,000 on an investment.
Former NFL player Tony “The Closer” Robinson is another real estate investor who is abreast of the situation, and decided to call both Pina and Envy out on Twitter regarding them having 20 properties in foreclosure. While on a recent Instagram Live with Robinson, Envy took the opportunity to defend himself against the accusations.
“I honestly don’t know that’s between them and whatever happened,” the Breakfast Club co-host said. “But did I say, ‘There, take this money and give it to this person or do this with this money?’ I never did.
“If you ever came to my seminar, I tell everybody, ‘Everybody on this stage, whether it’s credit, prepare, or it’s a conventional lender, do your homework because I don’t trust anybody.’ If you’ve been to my seminars, I say that a million times.”
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Cesar Pina also took to Instagram to address the allegations, posting a lengthy message maintaining DJ Envy’s innocence.
“It’s not a secret that my relationship with DJ Envy extends beyond the turntables and into the real estate market,” he wrote. “However, it’s critical to clarify that he was never involved in any deals, negotiations, or partnerships that have come into question.”
He added: “I’m sorry to my wife, my family, DJ Envy and Envy’s entire family. I love you guys and I’m sorry that individuals with nothing to lose are trying to bring you down.”
Rick Ross then decided to taunt Envy by posting a video in his Instagram Stories of him hanging out with Tony Robinson and giving the camera a knowing look, seemingly in attempt to one-up the New York DJ in their ongoing beef over their upcoming car shows.
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Tension between Envy and Rozay started earlier this month when the MMG mogul took a swipe at the Breakfast Club co-host during his interview on Drink Champs, declaring he was “never on my level” when it comes to hosting car shows.
Envy fired back by donning a police uniform and doing an “Officer Ricky” impression on The Breakfast Club, taking shots at Ross’ past stint as a correctional officer, which has remained a contentious point of discussion throughout his career.
Things escalated earlier this week Gunplay put DJ Envy on blast after posting a phone conversation where the former MMG rapper demanded an apology from the radio host for bringing up his newborn daughter’s GoFundMe page.
While engaging in his car show feud with Rick Ross, Envy condemned Rozay for not publicly supporting Gunplay’s GoFundMe or helping take care of his child’s medical bills following her emergency heart surgery.
“Why you talking crazy about me my brother?” Gunplay pressed Envy during the call. “What I had to do with anything, and my wife posting a GoFundMe? My baby was sick. She had a heart defect. That has nothing to do with cars. You know I’ll slap the shit out you, boy! Envy, for real, you know I’ll slap the shit out of you, right?”
Envy responded: “We can fight, but that’s not the reason I’m saying that… I wasn’t trying to disrespect you. I wasn’t talking about your daughter. If you feel like you were disrespected, I’m talking to you like a man. I would never. If you feel I did, I apologize. That wasn’t my intention.”