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Buckshot Addresses His Argument With Hot 97’s Ebro Darden

(AllHipHop News) It appears the issues between Buckshot and Ebro Darden continue. After the rapper and the Hot 97 program director spoke face-to-face about comments each made about the other during their respective Combat Jack Show interviews, Buck addressed his problems with the radio personality again with VladTV.

[ALSO READ: Buckshot & Ebro Have Heated Debate About Hip Hop Radio, Battle Rap & “Minor Artists”]

During the interview, Buckshot calls Ebro his “brother” but states that their contentious discussion about the state of New York Hip Hop was the result of Darden’s initial statements.

“Ebro set if off by talking some s**t,” says Buckshot. “Ebro got a habit of saying little slick s**t out the side of mouth. Then he just recently said, ‘F**k it. I’m going to take the role of the bad guy.’ That let’s you know dude is tired of being funny out the side of my mouth: ‘I’d rather just be the people’s bad guy, so I can say s**t I really want to say that gets n***as riled up’.”

At one point, Buck faces directly into the camera and once again addresses Ebro’s statements that Duck Down artists do not appeal to women.

“You standing there with a tight ass Moncler jacket on, and you sitting there talking about, ‘n***as don’t get no p***y’,” states Buck. “That’s all you really wanted to say.”

The Boot Camp Clik member took offense to Ebro’s suggestion that women at Duck Down shows get assaulted. He feels when someone in Ebro’s position makes those type of claims it can effect people’s decision to attend a show by artists from the label.

He also admits that Duck Down does not make “fruitcake songs” like Drake that appeal only to women, but adds that some rappers make records that both genders can enjoy.

[ALSO READ: Buckshot Addresses Hot 97′s Ebro Darden & The Current State Of NYC Radio]

 Watch Buckshot’s interview below.

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  • i’mreloaded!

    yeah, whatever muthafuccas.

  • Carlos

    let me start by saying i am not an ebro fan, but he has a point, boot camp music doest appeal to women, I think Buck misusnderstood him or maybe not, maybe he thinks he was being sarcastic.

  • Live Well

    The issue I see is that Hip Hop music has gotten so widespread that there have become subgenres that haven’t been recognized as such. So what you have is a huge fight over the brand name of “Hip Hop”. Classic heads ain’t tryna be confused with mainstream music that have traces of Hip Hop. Mainstream, which claims to be pushing Hip Hop forward, is calling classic Hip Hop outdated and resistant to change. Ultimately, both want the name “Hip Hop” music even though they are completely different genres. At the end of the day, radio is gonna play mainstream music so just accept it. You ain’t gonna hear no classic joints on there very often. With all the new technology, you don’t need radio anymore. Pretty soon there will be HDMI ports in every car. Real Heads just need to change the format and remember what you do. You deliver the 5 elements, you don’t “do” radio. In other words, create your own platform on the internet for people to tune into where they can get the 5 elements.

    • Malik

      Interesting perspective.

  • Black Jay

    A couple of things…..

    1. Yo Buckshot, stop smoking so much weed dude. hahahaha. Your concentration is off sometimes (short term memory loss). Lol!

    2. You have to be wise enough to know that THESE THINGS MOVE IN CYCLES. Catering to the LADIES AND MEN has always been an ambition of corporate America. And it has always been present in every aspect of hip hop. It’s the sweet spot in terms of revenue. Men and women purchasing product. LL Cool J started it and got mad loot because he was able to keep it soft for the ladies and straight murder a dude on wax if anyone questioned his manhood behind it. For a while corporate America tried to duplicate it but stopped. Then you had some gangsta sh*t popping off for a while. That made money and corporate America was happy. But after BIG & TUPAC died over some dumb-ass n*gga sh*t and 50 Cent had his “kill all of the rappers” rampage, corporate america fell back and Kanye West became the EMO RAPPER for the new type of soft n*gga. It became cool to wear your emotions on your sleeve. Now I am a Kanye West fan and I support him 1000%. But let’s be honest. His style of rap gave birth to Drake.
    But ultimately hip hop is due for a swing back to realness shortly. What was hot yesterday won’t be hot tomorrow. New York just needs to recognize that although the hip hop mecca is and will always be NEW YORK, hip hop is a universal possession now. It belongs to the world. USA, Europe, Canada, Brazil, Japan…. Hip hop has morphed into a global possession now. The days of old are gone. No location will completely own hip hop the way New York did ever again. Yeah, regions will claim it for a little while, but hip hop will go to whichever country or city that gives it the most respect.

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  • MrNoName2K

    Ebro is a idiot..

  • xxthoughtxx

    DIVIDE AN CONQUER,, NIGGAZ ENSLAVING THEMSELVES WITH BULLSHIT ARTICLES … WHERE IS THE NEWS IN THIS LOL

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  • Elayorx El

    What?!?!? I know Buck ain’t just say, Ebro said they effed up Hip-Hop? The type of “HIp-Hop” BCC was doing prior to a certain inserted idea, was working just fine for everybody who rocked with them. Both genders. If anything, like most societal situations, the end result is usually from the top down, not the other way around. Hip-Hop is similar to a nuclear weapon now, where the industry has it’s finger on the button, but has no idea at all what went into the making of this phenomenon, or do not care, and we all are bearing witness to the almost total destruction that has taken place thus far. Talk about Hip-Hop fallout.

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  • Brick Soulja

    Isn’t this the dude that was in the bathroom with Tupac and that white girl freak? It’s good to see he still getting money.

  • Live Well

    Classic Hip Hop gotta stop relying on terrestrial radio or it will remain underground.

  • $18592567

    real shit..

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