"He ain't talking to me with that. Trinidad James ain't talkin' to me about that sh*t, about n*ggas from New York. Listen to my sh*t, nigga. Ain't tryin' to hear that. Only reason why them n*ggas is poppin', man, down South n*ggas sign any godd*mn thing. New York dudes, we don't go for all that. So let's just travel the f*ck down South and going down there with that bullsh*t. But, I like the music, personally. I didn't get off with what he was saying. But Trinidad James, knock it off with that bullsh*t. He's not really saying nothing. He's getting 360 deals."
The same south that helped to revolutionize the independent rap game to where it is now, had indie labels and tours set up across the country while NY rappers were banking on running into a dj waiting outside a radio station? All the older NY rappers who claim they got fucked by bad deals and shitty labels while southern MC's were selling their own out the trunk of their cars? He sure he got his history right on that one?