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Alfamega is denying that his new song is directed at T.I. Over the weekend a song by the ex- Grand Hustle rapper was released called “I Apologize.” A statement was released as well explaining the intentions of the song.

“This song, is an apology to anyone from age 8 to 80, that’s affiliated with or in any gang,” he wrote. “To every parent (mother or father) that has lost a child to gang violence, every sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin, partner or whomever that has lost a loved one or a friend to gang violence either by death or prison. Even if I never met you or have known you personally, I want to apologize for being the root of the evil that is plaguing the youth of today, & I beg you for forgiveness the same way i would beg GOD to forgive me for every sin that i have committed, because i am 37 years old now, & i have finally become to realize by watching my own children that i wasn’t teaching something positive i was only teaching negatively.

Sincerely yours,


P.S. I would like to end by saying, “Violence Only Begots Violence”, let’s move to a more positive direction & I sincerely, hope that people understand me & what I am trying to say in this song. GOD BLESS US ALL.”

Despite Alfamega’s statement, rumors quickly surfaced speculating that the song was aimed at his old boss and Grand Hustle frontrunner, T.I. In an attempt to clear his name, a rep for the rapper spoke out.

“It had nothing to do with T.I. in no way, shape or fashion. I Apologize’ was recorded earlier this year before any of the current situations came about. Alfa is out of jail. He is still recovering from his injuries and working to the best of his abilities right now.”

The rapper broke his ankle in April after jumping off a 25 foot garage running from police. He was captured and charged with felony gun and obstruction charges. In May he was dropped from Grand Hustle after being outed by the Smoking Gun as a former DEA informant.