Crooked I Warns Benzino: "Calm Down."
"You're talking too much, homie. You're doing too much. There's only a couple ways to get out of a beef. You might as well squash this shit," he says in the video.
He also sheds light on what may have started the beef.
"I know you was mad because [Slaughterhouse] didn't do the motherfucking interview with your magazine. But, that was some other shit. You know what that was about. You shouldn't have even spoke on it or caught feelings, nigga. If you're a real gangster, you don't catch feelings over that shit. You're thinking with your emotions right now."
Reacting to guns in Benzino's video, he says there was no need for that.
"Calm down, homie. It's not about all that bullshit...I got love for Boston. Don't go there, man. You went too far showing motherfucking pistols and all that type of shit. That shit's not gangster. That shit is called incriminating yourself. That shit is not gangster."
Adding a warning of sorts, he also calls for an end to the feud.
"If you respect me, nigga, you will stop all that. If you don't respect me, it's going to go where it gotta go...My nigga Nickel, that's my nigga and I'm not going to let no nigga talk foul about my nigga, ever."
"It's not going to be pretty, homie. It's goin' to be ugly...It's not worth it...You know me. I know you...Fuck that shit. Don't let the internet get you caught up in some shit. You don't have no problem with Slaughterhouse, nigga. Slaughterhouse ain't ever did nothing to you. You have no problems with Slaughterhouse. Do you. We'll do us. That's it."
Adding more about the origin of the feud, he brings up the interview again.
"You already know the politics behind the reason why the Slaughterhouse interview didn't go down on your motherfucking magazine. You know all that, dog. Just keep that shit like it's supposed to be...You know what I'm talking about homie."