Field Mob's Shawn J Responds To Ludacris Diss
The former Disturbing Tha Peace artist explains the fallout from his former boss.
After Ludacris allegedly threw shots at Drake and Big Sean on “Badaboom,” Field Mob’s Shawn J is claiming that another track on 1.21 Gigawatts , “Say It to My Face,” is directed at his group. The former Disturbing Tha Peace artist recently called in to HipHopNews24-7.com to discuss the song, with Shawn J claiming that they didn’t receive checks for their track “So What” and that Luda has questionable motives.
“I’m pretty sure for a fact he’s talking about me on ‘Say It to My Face.’ That bullshit. It’s crazy because I did that. This shit don’t hold no weight,” he said. “Gotta look at it like, when you’re an artist and doing TV or whatever, I’ve been sitting at home before watching BET and seen ‘So What’ ringtone come up on Jamster commercials. And then we weren’t getting them checks. So it left a sour taste in my mouth. And then it had a whole thing transpire with us anyways.”
He said that the group and Luda were on good terms, but it suddenly took a turn for the worse because he was trying to take advantage of their success - something that he claims Luda has done with other DTP artists.
“One minute, we were cool as fuck. I pretty much understood that that’s how DTP rocks. They use you for whatever. When Luda ain’t got no hit songs, they goddamn milk you for your shit and then move onto the next project. That’s exactly what they did. I feel like he a fuck nigga. That’s how I feel. I know they whole system, I’ve been around. I’ve seen how other artists got treated just like that. Some real fuck nigga shit. So I called him a bitch, a bitch ass nigga.”
Listen to the full interview below.