This weekend, the net was all abuzz about the Jeezy/Ross – Gunplay/50 Cent fiascos that occured at the taping of the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta. So to clear the air, MMG’s Gunplay called Power 105.1′s Breakfast Club to set a few things straight. He says:
‘First of all, I’m not going to say the donkey’s name [referring to 50] because I’m not going to ruin a career already ruined. We are gonna call him donkey because he’s the donkey of the day. The donkey walks over with 8 other donkeys. I was about to go catch my ride and police told me I couldn’t leave the trailers. I turn around and see the donkey with 8 more donkeys and it was either me jump the barriers and run, or stand, pull up my pants and knuckle it out with the donkeys. So he walks up to me with about 8 donkeys, he nods to one of the donkeys to set it off and we rumbled. I stood up in the paint like a real G is suppose to with five bodyguards that is trained to kill a human with one finger.
I kinda lost my footing and I got back up. It was rumbling, rumbling and then the pepper spray came
They asked if it was 50 Cent’s crew specifically involved (G-Unit). He replied:
That man had security with him. I was by myself like I’m usually am. The police wouldn’t let me out of the trailer park little area [because of the incident with Jeezy and Rick Ross]. I ended up in handcuffs.
Listen, ain’t nobody touching MMG man. Ain’t nobody touching me. My face is fine. N-ccas is donkeys and as you can see, the last wildebeest in the pack of buffalo, I latched on to him and let him know. If this had happened in Miami, everyone would have been laid out.
What people fail to realize is some of these dudes are really thugs, and Gunplay is one of them. But I really hope all of this gets worked out, cause it’s unnecessary. And it could get dangerous if they keep going.