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N.O.R.E. Responds To Prodigy’s Capone Snitching Allegations [Audio]

During an interview today with the Power 105 Breakfast Club Morning show, New York rapper Prodigy alleged Capone of Capone-N-Noreaga as a neighborhood snitch.

Prodigy, who was on the show to promote his book, My Infamous Life, spoke about an excerpt from his book, where according to Prodigy, the C-N-N rapper snitched on his associate in court.

In defense of his longtime group member, rapper N.O.R.E. called into Power 105.1 following Prodigy’s interview to address the allegations.

“He’s [Prodigy] trying to sell his book, so he threw in a couple jabs,” N.O.R.E. said. “Capone’s a grown man. I wasn’t there. But if that was the case, then why are there seven M.O.B.B. Deep and Capone-N-Noreaga records that exist.”

N.O.R.E. continued by saying, “If a dude snitched on my man, I ain’t hanging with him, let alone getting in the studio with him.”

Listen to audio from Prodigy and N.O.R.E.’s interviews below:

It is kind of sad that Prodigy would throw Capone under the bus like that, but not once did N.O.R.E. say Capone never snitched. I wonder why?

Anyone unfamiliar with the Hip-Hop’s stance on snitching, may want to watch Cam’ron’s CBS interview with Ryan Cooper in 2007:

Well, Cam’ron didn’t articulate his opinions very well, but the rap world views snitching somewhat along those lines.

“If n****s think you snitchin’ ain’t tryin’ listen/They be sittin’ in your kitchen, waitin’ to start hittin,” Notorious B.I.G. – “Ten Crack Commandments

Prodigy’s My Infamous Life autobiography is available now, while Noreaga is set to release his Nore’aster mixtape this Sunday.


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