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Following a conversation on social media surrounding Joe Budden and his time at Shady Records as part of the group Slaughterhouse, the rapper turned personality decided to release some clips of an unreleased interview with Crooked I on their conversation over the demise of the group.
This comes following Eminem’s decision to diss Budden on the track “Fall.”
“Somebody tell Budden before I snap, he better fasten it, Or have his body baggage zipped, The closest thing he’s had to hits is smacking bitches.”
Much of the conversation of the clip is the reason that there was no funding for a new Slaughterhouse album.
“Why would they pay for something you’re not going to promote, bro? Crooked said. “You think they trust you to promote they records? You wouldn’t even tweet the shit half the time! You think Shady Records trusts Joe Budden to promote the album?”
Joe Budden replied, “You not saying the man who made his entire career off social media engagement would not engage with our album on social media, are you?”
See the clips below.