J. Prince attempts to crush NBA YoungBoy & Drake Beef

J. Prince revealed that he once called NBA YoungBoy with Drake to help them end their argument.

“As you can all see I had a lot of fun with the buddies in Utah. On behalf of little homie YB, me and my brother Birdman were able to have a real face-to-face conversation. We talked about the past, the present and the future. But most importantly, we left each other with mutual respect to move forward,” he captioned the Instagram post.

He continued, “Even though I didn’t attend a meeting with Bird Man, I have to say that the Lord works in mysterious ways. With that in mind, I have to address the song that mentioned my name and Drake’s name. To the little mate, like I told you privately, I’m telling you publicly that Drake is my son, he’s going with me. So I think it’s a good idea to cross him off your enemy list, because the truth is that we have nothing but love for Durk and your accomplishments. When I invited Drake to Facetime with you, my intention was for you all to go forward, not backward. Two things we get every day are an opportunity and a choice. The decisions we make determine our goal.”

NBA YoungBoy dropped “F**k the Industry Pt.” 2″ from his Richest Opp mixtape where he shot over the Facetime call.

“B***h I send ’em hitters to attack you boy don’t tell me shit/Talk to Drake, go over FaceTime, he didn’t feel me. Told me he banged Durk, damn that shit gets on my nerves/He told me he likes the shit I do but he can’t fuck with me/So when we cross paths , fuck what you say, bitch, you’re my enemy.”

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