Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince has choice words for anyone thinking of messing with Drake: don’t do it or you may wake up with a horse’s head in your bed. Known for his Southern drawl gracing the intro of many a Geto Boys’ song, Prince recorded a “Courtesy Message” warning Puffy and anybody else that they better reconsider before doing any harm to Drizzy.
“Tensions between Diddy and Drake are still sky high after their Miami fight — and now Drake’s longtime mentor is blasting Diddy, Suge Knight, Lil Wayne and Birdman in a blistering diss track.
Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Prince recently recorded the cold-blooded warning — which we’re told he calls a “courtesy call” — and we got our hands on it.
Sources connected to J. Prince tell us this has been simmering since Diddy punched Drake outside LIV Nightclub back in December. On the track, Prince makes it clear Drizzy is “family,” and adds … “Puffy feeling like he can put his hands on my family, open the doors for his family to be touched. You reap what you sow.”
There’s a whole long backstory involving Drake, J. Prince, son Jas, Lil Wayne and the whole YMCMB that ultimately boils down to the younger Prince have a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Cash Money, claiming they screwed him out of money Drake made the label. He contends that his company Young Empire Music Group discovered Drake, signed him and then brokered a deal with Young Money on future earnings.
Whether his threats be real or hot air, who knows. But the elder Prince is one those guys I wouldn’t want to anger. There are rap figures who talk the talk and ones who actually walk it. He seems to fall under that second group, which Big Mike and Floyd Mayweather might agree to. Waking a sleeping bear generally doesn’t produce a great outcome.