As the rapper expressed on the new episode of his podcast, he is concerned that Sigel being attacked at the Bad Boy Reunion tour by someone from Meek Mill’s camp means that the rap beef has escalated too far.
“All that Philly s**t between Beans, Meek, Omelly and just that whole camp, I would hope that it’s resolved peacefully,” Budden stated. “Rap beef all you want. I don’t want to see anybody get shot. I don’t want to see anybody get stabbed. I don’t want to see anybody get hit.”
The conversation then shifts into how the whole ordeal should be a learning experience for those involved, as well as for those paying attention, to do everything you can to avoid getting into serious trouble with the law, especially factoring in the undeniable reality that rappers are a target of law enforcement.
“If you’re a rapper, you should be aware of what’s happening in your surroundings… Just be aware that you’re a target,” the rapper added “I urge everyone to use prime judgment. Prime judgment is when you’re aware and you are well thought out, when you are clear on your objective.”
Take a listen to Joe Budden weighing in on the recent rap beef in the clips below.
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