J. Prince denies the allegations that celebrities must “check-in” with him whenever they visit Houston.
In Sunday’s episode of the ‘Million Dollaz Worth Of Game’ podcast, the Rap-A-Lot founder says he “doesn’t have time” to deal with celebrities checking in when they travel to the city.
“Never. We don’t have time for no sucka sh*t like that,” Prince said. “A lot of people from the different police departments to all these different people wanna insinuate like we extorting people and they have to check in.”
He continued, “Man, that ain’t no money in that sh*t! I got more money than I can spend, right? That sh*t ain’t gon’ work. It ain’t gon turn out right, ’cause real n*ggas ain’t gon’ have that no way. Check in for what?”
However, Prince did mention that being friends with him comes with benefits.
“But on the flip side, there is what you call a brownie point to being able to have us as friends,” Prince added. “I don’t wanna impose or force myself to embrace nobody. By the same token, those that I respect and I befriend, there is a difference coming into this city as our friend versus by yourself. And the difference is, we all respect it.”
As we’ve previously reported, the Prince family also spoke on Takeoff’s death with the podcast hosts. Since the rapper’s passing, many people have put the blame on the Prince family, seeing that Takeoff was with Prince’s son, J. Prince Jr., during the time of his death.
Nevertheless, the family have maintained their innocence and denied being responsible for Takeoff’s death.