Offset Addresses J Prince’s Comments Claiming He Wasn’t Close w/ Takeoff Prior To His Death: Y’all N*gg*s Don’t Know How Me & My Brother Rock

Offset, J Prince, Takeoff



Offset Addresses J Prince’s Comments Claiming He Wasn’t Close w/ Takeoff Prior To His Death: Y’all N*gg*s Don’t Know How Me & My Brother Rock

 Offset is putting an end to rumors that he wasn’t close to Takeoff at the time of his death.

On Sunday (Feb. 5) the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast” released an episode featuring J. Prince, J. Prince Jr., and Mike Prince where the trio talked about the scrutiny they faced due to internet speculation of their alleged involvement with Takeoff’s death. In their latest attempt to deny having anything to do with the tragedy, J. Prince took shots at estranged Migos member Offset and stated:

“This Offset dude. I ain’t gon’ leave him out. You know I’m just real like this.”

The music executive continued: 

“N*gg*s be throwing rocks and hiding they hand right? I don’t like them kind of individuals.”

J Prince, born James L. Smith, added:

“And the truth of the matter is, you know, one can dance and different things in front of different cameras and all that kinda sh*t and in reality the truth of the matter is n*gg* you wasn’t really right there with Takeoff when he was alive.”

The 57-year-old then noted: 

“So, for you to be taking these positions that you’re taking, I got people everywhere so I hear all kinds of things, I’m a just say this to you, don’t never put me in no position where I have to defend myself.”

Following the release of the podcast episode, Offset, real name Kiari Cephus, wasted no time slamming J. Prince for his comments. In a video shared online, the rapper said:

“Aye, first off y’all n*gg*s speaking on my real brother. I don’t know what the f*ck y’all n*gg*s got goin’ on, y’all n*gg*s speaking on my real brother.”

The 31-year-old continued:

“How dare y’all n*gg*s even speak on me and Take relationship, n*gg*. I don’t know you n*gg*s from a can of paint, n*gg*. Y’all n*gg*s don’t know how me and my brother rock, n*gg*.”

The Georgia native added:

“You tryna clear your fame, n*gg*, this your fifth interview n*gg*. You done did bout my brother n*gg*. You ain’t think bout their momma? You ain’t think bout the family n*gg*? We ain’t said nothin’ Ain’t nobody said nothin’ but you n*gg*s.”

Offset shared:

“Man who y’all n*gg*s think y’all n*gg*s is? John Gotti n*gg*? Ain’t nobody goin for none of that bruh. I ain’t startin none of that sh*t y’all n*gg*s talking bout either. And if you heard something from me, I’ma tell you it’s gon come from me, call my phone.”

He concluded:

“Y’all n*gg*s going off of he say she say. Then y’all n*gg*s supposed to be who y’all supposed to be and y’all n*gg*s on interviews, airing it out on the interviews. Talking bout I said this, n*gg* call my phone homie! You call my phone we’ll have a conversation. Dig what I’m talkin’ bout?”

 As previously reported, in November Takeoff, was shot and killed outside the 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston during a private party for J Prince Jr.

Following the tragic incident, the Prince family has faced backlash as many have speculated they had something to do with the murder. However, J. Prince, J. Prince Jr., and Mike Prince have all denied any involvement or foul play surrounding the rapper’s passing. 


 J Prince isn’t the only person Offset seemingly has drama with. Reportedly, Offset got into a physical altercation with Quavo, 31, at the 2023 Grammy Awards. According to reports, emotions were high backstage at the Grammys after officials of the ceremony suggested Offset join Quavo onstage for the Takeoff tribute. However, Quavo wasn’t here for the joint performance, which allegedly led to a fight with Offset

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Authored by: Tsai-Ann Hill