Joc recognized that both artists stood firmly by their values and held onto their arguments. However, he also acknowledged that there could be something else at play, suggesting that it could all be for show. After all, Tip’s final album is coming soon, and that means a promo rollout is in order.
“So it’s kind of one thing if you my OG, and I can speak out against you, I can’t migrate to another city and link with a n***a who done did the same thing, and not say nothing,” the 42-year-old began. “So that’s the space Boosie in, and he standing on that. I don’t know if for Tip, cause he’s like ‘Man, I thought we were good.’ But then at the end of the day, I don’t know what’s real no more. View this post on Instagram
“They had the joint album,” he continued. “Now T.I. said that he’s gonna do his last album where he be throwing himself as the king. It could be the press for his new album. ‘Cause it was just that fast with him and Boosie. With Boosie doing that, it’s a lot of people who still love Tip in the way that they’re, ‘You know what? With you doing that, bro, we gon’ support this s**t whole 100%.’
“And there’s some people who love Boosie that are like, “You know what? You stood on that, we gon’ support you,’” he continued. “So I don’t know what the f**k. When I think about marketing, when people talk to me about s**t, I always saw it go wrong. I say some s**t in the background and then, when that s**t come out, n***as be like, ‘Bro, how the f**k you knew that?’”
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