Bang'Em Smurf Calls Ja Rule, Prodigy Suckers
Bang'Em Smurf says both Ja Rule and Prodigy incriminated others in their tell-all books.
Former G-Unit affiliate Bang’Em Smurf took aim at both Ja Rule and Prodigy in a newly-released interview with Mikey T The Movie Star. The rapper criticized both artists for releasing tell-all books he feels have incriminated others.
During his interview, Smurf was first asked how he felt about Ja Rule writing about his fight with 50 Cent in his book, “Unruly: The Highs And Lows Of Becoming A Man.” He went on to question the rapper’s portrayal of the fight and recalled what he heard happened during the altercation between 50 Cent and Ja Rule.
“Ja was getting all hyped and out of control,” Bang’Em Smurf said. “50 is like a calm nigga. He ain’t really the type of nigga to argue face-to-face. So, he punched the nigga in the eye. And whatever happened after that happened. I know he came home—He wasn’t injured. I know Ja had a black eye cause he couldn’t do interviews or none of that…How you beat a nigga up you got a black eye and you got your chain took? Then the nigga 50 walked off…I even wore the nigga’s chain.”
Bang’Em Smurf later compared Ja Rule to Prodigy who also released a memoir detailing his music career. Titled “My Infamous Life: The Autobiography Of Mobb Deep's Prodigy,” Prodigy’s book was released in 2011.
Smurf went on to call both Prodigy and Ja Rule “sucka niggas” and called them out for incriminating others with their memoirs.
“He doing the same shit Prodigy did. You know Prodigy did a lot of fuck ass shit,” he said. “Incriminated niggas and all kind of shit in his book. You know what I mean? Like this is what sucka niggas do. Sucka niggas write books and try to incriminate niggas for money. I don’t respect Prodigy neither…A lot of these rap niggas writing books telling on niggas. All kinds of homo shit going on in this rap shit right now.”
In a previous interview with Mikey T The Movie Star, Bang’Em Smurf gave his thoughts on the chain-snatching incident involving former G-Unit affiliate Slowbucks at Summer Jam last month.
“Yeah, you got robbed. You shouldn’t have been on stage,” he said during an interview last month. “Fuck you doing on the G-Unit stage for anyway, nigga? You just fuck with everybody then. Maybach Music, G-Unit. You understand what I’m saying? Keep your circle tight. If he wasn’t bouncing from groupie to groupie from this team and this team and this team and that team, shit like that won’t happen to these lil niggas.”