EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Havoc Refuses To "Confirm or Deny" Prodigy "Jail Letters" And Talks Prodigy Diss Record
(AllHipHop News) In Part Two of AllHipHop.com's exclusive interview with Havoc of the legendary rap group Mobb Deep, Havoc speaks on the reported "jail letters" between Prodigy and an alleged man in prison. In the interview, Havoc confirms that Ferg Brim, the man who is claiming that he has the letters, is indeed his cousin, but refuses "to confirm or deny" the letters' actual existence.
"I'm just going to put it like this, I'm not going to confirm it or deny it," Havoc told AllHipHop.com.
Havoc also addresses the alleged diss record, "Same Sh*t, Different Day", he reportedly recorded towards Prodigy. Check out what he told Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur of AlHipHop.com exclusively below:
"I like to write, and a lot of times when I say things, it can cater to anybody,” Havoc said. “I'm always on some sh*t where I'm like, if the shoe fits, then wear it.”
In the candid interview, which took place this past Friday (July 27) at the AllHipHop offices in Newark, New Jersey, Havoc also addressed the anonymous letter that was sent to AllHipHop.com which, among other things, claimed that Havoc has a drinking problem and is being controlled by his cousin, Ferg Brim. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ANONYMOUS LETTER
"I'm good where I'm at. I'm laid back, I make bread, I'm good," Havoc said. "Now, with all of these different accusations making me look some kind of way, it's just retarded. It's like, come on, I'm not that, don't do that."
View AllHipHop.com's exclusive interview with Havoc below: