Joe Budden and KXNG Crooked Shock On Who Killed the Slaughterhouse
The debate was down in a previously unreleased episode of "Pull Up".
Joe Budden reopened the discussion of Slaughterhouse of death by sharing clips of an unreleased interview that he did with his fellow member KXNG Crooked.
The Tuesday (September 4), Budden published fragments of a never-before-seen episode of Pull-Up in which he argued with the Twisted of the group. The first video showed the two in a dispute over a Slaughterhouse EP that never came to fruition and the long-rumored Glass House album.
"Everyone just dropped everything I was doing to go to record an entire album that a label does not pay you, Thief," Budden cried when remembering a conference call involving the group. "Why do you keep skipping these things?"
Self-awareness.... I know who you are, where you are and what you represent at all times.... I'm going to talk about it later.
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Crooked countered by saying Budden was willing to promote the group's music.
"Why would I pay for something that you're not going to commit to promote, brother?" Crooked replied. "You think they trust you to promote the records? Didn't even tweet the shit half the time ... We have to make sure that the disk is what that is, then,"put things.
In another clip, Budden said Twisted about her belief that Eminem and Shady Records mishandled the Slaughterhouse. We present two scenarios of how to possibly played out.
"I think someone somewhere made a lot of money," he said. "I don't think it was you, and I don't think that I was. Nor do I think that was Royce. And I do not think that it was Joell. The thought of " to " in my psychotic brain. Thinking 'B' is that no one made the money. And the geniuses who think that Em and Paul are very, very bad management of our brand. I don't think it's because they tried to do that, or because they were malicious."
The rest of the images showed the co-workers discussing Budden's decision not to respond to rappers dissin