We previously reported that YBN Almighty Jay face was SLASHED in a brutal street robbery just days ago.
Now, Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince, who signed YBN to his record label has something to say…
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Mob Ties Call To My Real Street Niggas Around The World But Especially On The East Coast In The Bronx. There’s A Clown By The Name Of Zae And His Crew Who Want To Become Famous By Bragging About Robbing Rap Industry Niggas. They Recently Bragged About Robbing The Artist YBN Almighty Jay Whom I’m Invested In. They’ve Robbed Him Of His Money And Jewelry Including A Rap-A-Lot Piece. So Therefore They Have Robbed A Piece Of Me. This Is A Perfect Opportunity To Execute Our Unity Where We Don’t Allow Moment Thinkers To Muddy The Water Over The Movement. With That Being Said To The Homies In The Bronx If Any Of These Clowns Are Yall’s Family Or Friends Speak Now So We Can Get An Understanding. To Ignore This Is A Recipe For Disaster. Other Than That It’s These Clowns Vs The Realest Niggas In Every Hood Around The World And That’s The Meaning Of Mob Ties. @funkflex @mysonnenygeneral @Fredthegodsonmusic @ounp1523 @artisthbtl @iamcardib @hocus45th @corygunz174 @fatjoe @therealswizzz @remyma
CelebNMusic247.com reports that Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince just weighed in on the YBN Almighty Jay situation that happened a few nights back.
J. Prince is making a call to action and has issued a call to all “REAL STREET N—-S” in the Bronx “they’ve robbed [YBN] of his money and jewelry, including a Rap-A-Lot piece. So, therefore, they have robbed a piece of me.”
It is not a smart move on their part because Prince is NOT one to mess with.
The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO released this statement:
Mob ties call to my real street n****s around the world, but especially on the East Coast in the Bronx. There’s a clown by the name of Zae and his crew who want to become famous by bragging about robbing rap industry n****s. They recently bragged about robbing the artist YBN Almighty Jay, who I’m invested in. They’ve robbed him of his money and jewelry, including a Rap-A-Lot piece. So, therefore, they have robbed a piece of me.
This is a perfect opportunity to execute our unity where we don’t allow moment thinkers to muddy the water over the movement. With that being said, to the homies in the Bronx, if any of these clowns are yall’s family or friends, speak now so we can get an understanding. To ignore this is a recipe for disaster. Other than that, it’s these clowns vs. the realest n****s in every hood around the world and that’s the meaning of mob ties.
Following J. Prince’s statement regarding YBN Almighty Jay attack, sources close to Lil Tjay say:
Lil Tjay had nothing to do with YBN getting jumped later on after the street scuffle. Lil Tjay also shared a message for YBN on Instagram, saying … “Keep ya head up bro stay strong.