Weeks ago Sha Money XL,
an executive at G-Unit Records, was reportedly accosted at gunpoint in his native
Queens, New York, while attempting to get a haircut.
Sha managed to escape the
situation unscathed, but told AllHipHop.com that he wanted to clarify the matter,
which has been surrounded by rumor and speculation.
shoot my whip up, they did set me up,” he said. “I’m still in the
hood and got a scope on all these jealous b#### a** n***s in my ‘hood
that ain’t happy for me. [They] wanna eat try [to set me up] again – I
will feed them.”
According to published reports
Sha was temporarily locked inside of the barbershop and the unnamed men told
the G-Unit representative that he could no longer come to Queens.
Sha said that he’s
only attempted to remain grounded and that other rap moguls haven’t done
so in the same manner.
"Steve Stoute, Clue
and Irv [Gotti] blew and never turned around. Here I am doing the opposite and
that’s the love I get? It’s all good. I’m still breathing – God bless
that, [I’m] still rich, back to Jacob for a bigger bezel and bigger piece,”
he continued. “I’m still in the hood and n***as know that but famous words
from [50 Cent] – ‘f### the hood.’
The Queens native concluded
that he would continue his work within his organization and keep striving.
“They mad when a n***a
get rich like I did and I ain’t turning back, I got my kids money saved,”
Sha has acted as
50 Cent’s co-manager and has produced a number of songs for the G-Unit