Gangsta Boo has
stepped forward to clear up confusion regarding a recent interview on AllHipHop.com,
which became the subject of intense scrutiny on radio stations throughout the
"In my hometown
[of Memphis], there was some misunderstanding like I was hating on my former
group and that's not the case," Boo clarified with AllHipHop.com. "They
paved a certain way for me to get at this point. At the same time, I wanted
people to know that, its not just Le Chat and the other artists not getting
paid over there. I wasn't getting paid either."
Boo said much
of the audience misinterpreted her comments and that she was referring to the
artists that are with Hypnotized Minds, not Juicy J and DJ Paul, the brains
behind the camp's unique sound.
to separate the label from the artists, which included me at one point. We were
on TV acting like we had money. Paul and Juicy, on the other hand, they always
had the money, she said. "[People said], ‘How Paul and Juicy not going
to have no money and I just seen them on BET?'”
Boo said that
she had no hard feelings between her former label mates and that her leaving
was strictly a matter of business.
"I left because
I had to leave," Boo continued. "I still try to talk to them and call
them but they don't talk to me. Its like they don't like me. It aint that I
don't like them. They don't like me."
that she was not trying to single LaChat and that there was no disrespect directed
to think that I was bashing her, it kind of hurt my feelings, because that wasn't
my intent. I literally don’t know what [the other artists] pockets are.
I can only speak for myself…and how we used to talk about how we didn’t
have no money and how Paul and Juicy used to come in bragging about what they
And while Boo
is offering the apology to her labelmates for the confusion, she was less reserved
when referring to Juicy J and DJ Paul.
Juicy – not the rest of them – I have no apologies. Point blank, because
they know what they did. Die-hard Gangsta Boo fans know I was loyal from day
one. I’m not going to sit over there and settle for less and say that ‘some
money is better than no money’ and my self esteem is shot down everytime
I step in the studio. It's not worth it," Boo concluded.