Gillie Da Kid and Wallo recently sat down with the Prince family on a new episode of their podcast, Million Dollars Worth of Game. 

During the interview, J Prince had some harsh words for Offset regarding Takeoff’s death, but he also chimed in about when “people” come to Houston. 

Prince denies forcing anyone to check in with him or his team when they visit the city, but it has been a topic of discussion in the past, so he addressed it on the podcast.

“Check in, Never. We don’t have time for no sucka sh*t like that. A lot of people from the different police departments to all these different people wanna insinuate like we extorting people and they have to check in.

Man, that ain’t no money in that sh*t. I got more money than I can spend, right? That sh*t ain’t gon’ work. It ain’t gon turn out right, ’cause real n*ggas ain’t gon’ have that no way. Check-in for what?

But on the flip side, there is what you call a brownie point to being able to have us as friends. I don’t wanna impose or force myself to embrace nobody. By the same token, those that I respect and I befriend, there is a difference coming into this city as our friend versus by yourself. And the difference is…we all respect it.”

Do you believe that the Prince family doesn’t force people to “check-in”?


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