(AllHipHop News) Back in the mid-2000s, Pimp My Ride was one of the most popular shows on MTV. West Coast Hip Hop representative Xzibit served as the program's host.
Huffington Post ran a 2015 article claiming some of the modifications done to the vehicles on Pimp My Ride were actually not usable or they were removed after the episode ended. X to the Z recently stopped by 93.5 KDAY, and the cult classic TV series came up during the interview.
"I didn't put sh*t in anyone's car. N*gga, you never seen me do sh*t to any of them cars on that show. You saw me in the beginning and at the end. You never saw me install sh*t on that show. You just pinning it on me. You dry snitching," joked Xzibit in response to KDAY host Noah Ayala.
The Empire actor continued, "I didn't do anything. I would walk in that motherf*cker and be like, 'What the f*ck did y'all do to this f*cking car?' Knowing I gotta say, 'Well, here we go.' I gotta do it."
Xzibit also spoke to the California radio station about joining with B-Real and Demrick to form Serial Killers. The music group dropped their Day of the Dead album in October.