rising fans attacked Mob Ties CEO J Prince Jr in the wake of the rapper’s murder in Houston, Texas. The event occurred during a dice game between Takeoff and Quavo, which resulted in an altercation, and as a result of the ensuing chaos, Takeoff was shot. However, images of the event went viral, leading people to believe that J Prince was strolling past Takeoff’s lifeless corpse. Takeoff supporters chastised him for leaving the location while Quavo pleaded for help. J Prince Jr, Takeoff and Quavo were spotted at a Halloween party in Houston. Quavo also shared a video of himself in a convertible with Jas Prince and two other people on his Instagram Story. On Instagram, Prince Jr. also a few screenshots and indicated that Quavo, No Cap and Shakur Stevenson were on their way to a bowling party.
Takeoff fans criticize J. Prince Jr. on Twitter.
The public was outraged by Prince Jr.’s behavior. to stroll past Takeoff’s lifeless corpse, and they responded on Twitter:
The way J Prince Jr. walked past the start on the ground is damn crazy. The way the whole rap game has to check in with these fraudulent niggas when they go to Houston is insane.
— Dash (@WhereIsDash) Nov 1, 2022
Quavo yelled for takeoff and Prince Jr walked right past his body and said “man, don’t ask for that shit, fuck that shit”, but you mafia bands, it’s your responsibility to protect these rappers when they check in.
— Lee Lee (@Mzthanggggg) Nov 1, 2022
After the shooting, Jas Prince posted a statement on his Instagram story that read:
“I never want to hear such atrocities happening anywhere, especially in my city and against my family.” I couldn’t believe it when I was woken up by a phone call about this. My brother @quavohuncho, I’m with you. “Prayers for everyone who is smooching RIP @yrntakeoff.”
After Takeoff was shot, police officers arrived at the scene at 2:30 a.m. and pronounced him dead. Two other people were injured and taken to hospital in private vehicles. The identities of the other two persons are unknown. A video of Quavo also went viral, in which he asked a 911 operator,
“What exactly should she do?”
The lady on the other end of the line revealed herself to be a nurse and chose to assist Takeoff. Dispatchers talked about the event in a video obtained by TMZ, indicating that five shots had been fired. Takeoff became known as a member of Migos, with Offset and Quavo. Their debut mixtape, Juug Season, was released in August 2011, and they rose to prominence with their 2013 hit Versace. They released their debut album, Yung Rich Nation, in July 2015 and have since followed Culture, Culture II and Culture III.
Fitnesse2tymes is managed by J Prince Jr.
J Prince Jr is the creator and CEO of Mob Ties, a streetwear company. Movement of Bosses Together In Elevated Structure is another name for the brand. James Prince, J Prince’s father, is a musical celebrity and the founder of the Rap-A-Lot Records company. His siblings are Jas Prince, a businessman and CEO of a record label, and Jay Prince, who works at Prince Boxing.
J. Prince Jr. owns a restaurant in Midtown Houston. According to his Instagram, he is the manager of rapper Fitnesse2tymes. In an interview with Dazed Digital, Prince Jr discussed his neighborhood, claiming:
“One thing my father used to tell me was, ‘Never forget where you come from.’ There is nothing better than being able to give back to your community and inspire, motivate and influence others around you.”
In another interview, he said that he regularly invites prominent rappers such as Chris Brown and Drake to his birthday parties.
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