Joyner Lucas Thinks that the Logic of the "1-800-273-8255" ripped off His Ideas

HipHop News Posted on December 6, 2017 at 6:39am

Joyner Lucas Thinks that the Logic of the "1-800-273-8255" ripped off His Ideas

Joe Budden becomes a lesson for the MC.

New York, NY – Joyner Lucas stopped by the Complex of the Fight all day and ended up laying out all the reasons of your problems with the Logic. After retelling the story of how the tension started because of their mutual appearance on Tech N9ne's "Sriracha," Luke opened up even more about his problems with Logic and claimed that the Def Jam artist to steal their ideas.

"We're in L. A. and shit, and I am in the study and the Logic of the manager comes through," Luke explains about the 42-minute mark of the interview. "This is before he jumped out the window and said nothing ... the Logic of the manager came through to the studio 'cause him and my manager, I guess, to know one another. We are playing like the shit out of the album, whatever the case may be. He's like, 'Oh, what is the name of the album?' 508-507-2209. 'Why the name?' So, we're talking 'bout it. And then I start to play my videos. Played the suicide of the joint. 'Oh, this crazy shit.'"

According to Luke, the session will be prompted for the Logic of the administrator to set up something between the two MCs.

"So your manager like, 'Yo, I'd like perhaps as you and your Logic,'" Lucas recalled. "I said, 'Yes, that's great.' Maybe out in the street or whatever. I'm like, "Yo, that's great. Whatever.' It was what it was. Political shit. Cool. While playing the game. I'm not jumping out the window. It is what it is. Couple of weeks pass by my manager following with him. 'Yo, what's good? Joyner to wanna go on the road. Did you make the connection with Logic so that they two can know?' And, then, muthafucka as 'Logic I do not want to get to know new people.' The logic I want so that I am well, we were in the same song."

As the work potential of the relationship deteriorated, Luke became upset when Logic dropped the "1-800-273-8255" single.

"The next thing you know, a couple of weeks and not of a suicide registry," he said. "The number 1-800-blah-blah-blah. Now, I feel chee

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