Earlier this week Wack 100 claimed his rival J. Prince had been arrested by the Feds for threatening Offset.

He added that Set and Quavo had been placed in protective custody because of threats against them from the Prince organization.

Prince, who had been absent from social media for about a week, has called cap on that.

The Rap-A-Lot boss returned to Instagram with this message.

“A lie ain’t nothin to tell,” Prince captioned a video in which he lounges amid palm trees.

Club Fed, indeed


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