J Prince Didn't Want Drake "Outta His Character" Against Pusha T and Kanye

J Prince maintains that Kanye wants nothing to do with Drake beef and that the "pig pen" is just too dirty for Drake.

(AllHipHop News) J Prince is a legend without peer. He's battled the feds, the streets and has found his way to tremendous success. The Rap-A-Lot pioneer recently sat with AllHipHop's Chuck Creekmur, who interviewed him about the issues of the day.

Pusha T, Drake and Kanye West. J Prince said that Kanye West told him, "I'm a family man and I don't want this either." Prince says that Drake was going to impune serious fury on Kanye and Pusha, knowing the ingredients of the song.

Unlike the rumors, he said he didn’t know of any actual audio recording or a mini-film Drake was producing that would seriously malign his adversaries.

“First of all, I hadn’t heard about it being recorded or filmed. I do know about the ingredients that was in the song and I do know about him moving forward to bring that to fruition,” Prince said.

He explained very clearly why the beef had to end.

​“My reason for pulling the plug was simple reasons: it crossed the line of music,” he said. “That’s a song that everybody’s heard about now, that’s disrespecting Drake’s mama, his daddy, his friend that’s sick, 40, and that crosses the line of music.”

It just went too far. And when it goes there, that’s a situation where people are angered, feel some kinda way, and it's easy to escalate into other areas,” Prince continues insinuating that others outside of the rappers could turn matters violent.”

Ultimately, Prince explains that he didn't want to say Drake get in the "pig pen" because the Canadian would have to venture far outside of his character to engage in a beef of this nature. He also makes the distinction between Drake's feud with Meek Mill.

J Prince might be the biggest winner of all in this whole rap beef.

He is presently on a promo tour, pushing his new book “The Art & Science of Respect.” The book is a mesmerizing, engaging look at Prince’s tour of duty in the streets, Hip-Hop and boxing. He talks about various other matters as well, including spirituality, family and the issues he has had to endure like a war with the federal government. The riveting journey is available now in physical and audio versions. Buy here:

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