Fat Joe Reminisces On His Role In Ending East Vs. West Rap Beef Decades Ago

Written by on December 24, 2021

He is been within the sport lengthy sufficient to have an never-ending quantity of tales beneath his belt, and that is one which Fats Joe has shared earlier than. The New York rapper emerged into the Hip Hop scene many years in the past and has fastidiously constructed a profession that many rising artists want to emulate. With time and expertise comes tales of Hip Hop previous, and whereas visiting Massive U for the Checc’n In Podcast, Fats Joe recalled his function in ending the meat between east and west coast rappers all these years in the past.

Joe spoke in regards to the assembly with Minister Louis Farrakhan the place a choose variety of artists had been allowed to have a dialogue about what the center of the problem actually was. He claims he instructed Ice Dice that the L.A. Rap icon ought to have been extra concerned in calming the storm.

Ice Cube, Fat Joe
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“It’s best to have been the n*gga tryin’ to deliver the peace. That’s what I used to be making an attempt to inform him,” he mentioned. “All people loves you, you might have set this sh*t up and squashed this.” Apparently, he and Mack 10 confirmed mutual respect for each other and had been dedicated to spreading positivity.

“From there, that confirmed people who New York and L.A. may work collectively, and we grew to become a bond, and we was doing movies collectively and dealing,” he added. “I want to say that eased the strain between the east coast and west coast. It wanted one thing like that; a Fats Joe, Mack 10, and all people begin working with one another, exhibiting brotherhood and unity.”

Watch Fats Joe on Checc’n In under.

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