Shyne Explains That Rick Ross Is Lying, Talks About Beef With Diddy And Clarifies Kendrick Lamar Statement
In a recent interview, Shyne stated that Rick Ross raps about lies, and Shyne has tried to reconcile with Diddy while adding that Kendrick Lamar’s debut album, “good kid, m.A.A.d city” wasn’t “trash.”
Shyne has been hitting the headlines for months now and after he reconciled with Diddy, he started a feud with Rick Ross. He even called Kendrick Lamar’s debut album, “good kid, m.A.A.d city” as ‘trash.’ Shyne has a reputation in bringing artists down and has even started beef with Game, while both release diss records. In a recent interview with Hot 97′s Funkmaster Flex, he was asked to clear the air on some topics.
Shyne stated he wanted to reconcile with Diddy, but later found it difficult to do so.
“We all make mistakes and bad judgements. In that situation, he had been apologizing to me for the entire ten years that I was locked up. It was a constant thing. I wasn’t really trying to hear it because I know how that situation went down. It was never a case of me complaining because I got burned. It was a situation where my mans, somebody who was like my brother, called the witness to testify against me. I took that with me until the end of of my bid. Then, you get out and you move on… I’m thinking about the bigger picture because, despite what’s coming out in the media, I’m not trippin’. I want to be like Marcus Garvey. I want to be like Huey P. Newton. I want to see African Americans and Latin Americans like Barack Obama, having opportunities, making a way for themselves. I don’t want to see us in the penitentiary, all of us thuggin’ and buggin’ and being monsters. That’s not what I promote… I was trying to send the message that regardless of what happened, we can still reconcile.”
Shyne was asked about Rick Ross’ rapping and stated that he was rapping about a lifestyle he never had.
“When I’m making commentary on Ross, everything I’m saying is fact. He’s selling records based on a lie…If you’re making millions of dollars off of this life, help these kids get jobs. Help them stop selling dope.”
Later on in the interview, Shyne was then asked about Kendrick Lamar and he explained about the situation.
“I will give you this. It’s not a classic album. It’s not the greatest album I ever heard. Maybe the word trash was harsh.”Photo credit: allhiphop.com