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Diddy is fraud and a f*g. He probably wants to f**k Justin Bieber.
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 M.C.daHUSTLA said:
THE TRUTH ABUT DIDDY, AND BAD BOY RECORDS: THIS IS PRETTY LONG, BUT AN INTERESTING READ


(B.LUV) Okay, Im beginning to understand this vendetta Big Joe has against Diddy now. I was scrolling through the net and came across a VERY interesting blog that goes into detail about Diddys mob affiliation, extortions, a.ssults and contract murders. (wow) F

Listen @ 2:59 Big Joe speaks about BMF and how rappers "ran after them to be down".

Here Is The First Part Of The Story:



This scenario was a long series of mysterious publicized encounters with BMF members, dating back to June 2003 when the Sean "P Diddy" Combs first welcomed Big Meech Flenory and his brother Terry's entry into the entertainment industry in Atlanta with a lavish birthday bash at Justins Restaurant in Atlanta.

Still nothing suspicious was thought of the encounters until a few months later a shooting in the Buckhead area of Atlanta at a nightclub left 2 men dead, with one suspect having a strange relationship with the victim.


Needless to say without co-operation from any of the witnesses and two dead corpses, Big Meech and Baby Bull were freed on bond, pending house arrest.

News, however, spread quick throughout the streets of urban America, that a "BIG BAD WOLF" had been murdered in ATL; for those familiar with the entertainment industry particularly the field of bodyguard and security work, Wolf was an infamous figure.

Wolf Jones, had figured prominently in the entertainment world, rising to stature as P. Diddy's head of security following the arrest by federal authorities of Walter "King Tut" Johnson; who was nabbed as a person of interest to agents on October 24, 1996 investigating the recent death of Tupac Shakur in September of that same year.


It was clearly obvious that fed investigators were desperately trying to search any lead, because King Tut had already escaped prosecution in his involvement in the shooting a.ssault of Tupac in the 1994 quad studio session involving P Diddy and Biggie.

Wolf like King Tut had a dubious criminal past, but was able to refine himself as a mediator and problem resolver due to his employer Sean Combs numerous beefs and rivals.

Atlanta ironically would be the place that Wolf Jones would make his mark as a valuable enforcer for Sean Combs. It was on 1995 at a birthday fete for music mogul Jermaine Dupri, that words would be exchanged between Anthony "Wolf" Jones and an individual named Jake Robles a MOB PIRU blood gang member and close confident and bodyguard of Suge Knight.

The dispute according to Village Voice writer Peter Noel was best described as a war of words based on a contingent of crips from the west coast who ran alongside Suge Knight and his blood counterpart Jake Robles as part of the death Row conclave who were questioning Wolf's loyalty to a "buster like Puff Daddy", who allegedly was growing weary of having to defend Puff from disputes that Puff would never have to deal with himself...according to one anonymous source:

"Puffy ain't always the best when it comes to paying," the impresario says. "A lot of the times it's his people, trying to play games, but whenever there was a discrepancy, all I had to do was step to Wolf and he'd take care of it. He'd make sure that problem was taken care of."







Wolf being the tactful thinker that he was, decided the best way to resolve the conflict of words which was bound to get heated was to exit the birthday bash, which seemed to temporarily calm things when the death Row heads were escorted out by security only to bump heads again later on


The Shyne Barrow trial was a circus, and put Jones in the compromising role once again as Diddy's "fall guy" throughout the trial. Jones had to retain his own legal counsel, he was successfully portrayed by his attorney as the "guy trying to defuse" the tension between the P diddy's crew and the victims.

Following his acquittal of gun possession charges and attempted murder, Wolf used this opportunity to seek an "escape" from his compromising role under P Diddy.

While continuing to work for Sean Combs as a security personnel for him in Atlanta specifically at Justins, Combs second restaurant facility, Wolf was according to family members making a name for himself as a budding entrepreneur in the field of personal security.





Around 2000, in an effort to become more mobile in cities such as Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles, Combs strengthened ties with an old friend a Gangsta Disciple affiliated cocaine enterpriser with nationwide crip ties named Big Meech out of Southwest Detroit...

Who along with his brother Terry were quite mobile themselves, having franchised their cocaine operation from it's local base to outposts as far as Los Angeles and New York.

Combs affiliation with the Black Mafia first came to notice, as Sean John was making it's presence known in the New York fashion circle in 1998, when VANITY FAIR magazine published an article questioning the financing of BAD BOY and pointing to it's source as being a cadre of "real bad boys" named the BLACK MAFIA.

But this did nothing to stop or discourage Diddy as the mantra he coined he states "we won't stop" was quickly becoming a reality.

Meech became a major player in Diddy's unstoppable quest to become a well enforced demagogue in the entertainment world and it's safe to say that Meech's monetary strength, as well as access to a plethora of gun toting goons across the states, made him a valuable resource to P. Diddy.


If your interested in reading more about BMF and their affiliation to Bad Boy, then i recommend you read Scolla's articles "Gangsta's in Hip Hop, where Tupac says himself that Bad Boy had the Black Mafia (Jimmy Henchmen and others) working in the background. Check the link - Tupac Interview(ViaThisIsScola)
 M.C.daHUSTLA said:
(B.LUV) This is a follow up to the first part, okay...so for those of you still with it. You see Diddy had a low key connection to BMF and "Wolf". "Wolf" is the person the Big Joe speaks about who was his friend. Wolf was k!llED after he was no longer employed by Diddy in a mysterious altercation that happened between him and a new gang who now worked for Diddy. (Big Meech) Thats what you about to read. This footage below is more footage of Big Joe throwing subliminals at Diddy and he actually says the WOLF ... His Friend "Wolf" is the reason why hes doing this. Watch @2:03 Wow...This sounds REALLY DEEP!

Heres Part 2 of the story...

The demotion of Wolf in 2003 capped a series of conflicts that would lead to the eventual schism between him and his beloved employer. This would be the final straw as Wolf found himself not only void of his leadership position, but playing the role of subordinate to Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory under the guise of Diddy’s new head of security Paul Buford. As for Diddy the transition for Wolf couldn’t have occurred at a better time, considering that Diddy had gotten word that Kirk Burrows a long time friend and business partner was still bitter over his dismissal in 2000 and was making plans to pursue litigation against Diddy.

The allegations made by Kirk made headlines around the media, as Kirk Burrows filed suit in July 2003 that Puff not only breached a contract during the termination of Kirk Burrows but also created an atmosphere of fear in the music industry , based on Diddy relying on the usage of a network of enforcers known as the “Enterprise” who specialized in extortion, murder and mayhem.

Burrows who is also the godfather of Diddy Combs son Justin also made allegations that included sensational charges of Diddy’s role in the planned out execution of Suge Knight’s crip affiliated bodyguard Jake Robles and the Quad Studios shooting of Tupac Shukur, and the a.ssault on music exec Steve Stoute as well as the intent of Diddy to use his personal network of goons in the activities of money laundering and contract murders.

Diddy along with many in the media themselves had dismissed the charges as having no merit, but following the 1997 murder of Biggie Smalls, NYPD investigators followed various leads into possible rivals of the Biggie Camp excluding death Row records within the NYC area.

One name which figured prominently was the Brooklyn gunman named Benjaman “KILLER BEN” Ogaro out of Fort Green Brooklyn , the same “KILLER BEN” immortalized on the Eric B. and Rakim cut “I Wanna Know what’s on your Mind”. k!ller Ben held fort in the Myrtle Avenue section of Brooklyn, and laid claim to any luxury item that passed thru his area, be it luxury cars or the high priced bling of various Drug Dealers and rappers.Killer Ben cherished his a.ssociations with rappers, viewing that as a quick exit out of the deteriorating conditions of his BK hood where Ben and his counterparts held rank, Ben following the legacy of his deceased counterpart Kevin Martin aka the REAL 50 CENT went on robbing sprees at various hip hop events and shows throughout the 5 boroughs.

It was at the 1995 Source Awards where Ben’s crew would meet the bounty which would eventually seal his fate. An individual by the name of “Zack” who traveled with the Bad Boy camp courtesy of his friend Christopher Wallace aka “Biggie” had just became the victim of a chain snatching just prior to the opening of the award show in Manhattan .

The atmosphere filled with vengeance, as the BAD BOY camp already defending themselves against verbal insults and displays of arrogance from the death Row camp sought to clear this matter immediately.

Unbeknownest to the a.ssociates of BAD BOY records, was that not only the “streets were watching” this shameful act of robbery, but law enforcement as well, for according to Derrick Parker the self proclaimed “HIP HOP COP”, NYPD were tailing BAD BOY RECORDS investigating their connection with a Crip O.G named Vaughn Williams aka UNCLE ZIP , a trusted friend and confident of Diddy’s well respected deceased father Melvin Combs.

Uncle Zip according to Derrick Parker had ties to Crips nationwide , particularly those in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn. Diddy trusted Zip’s judgement and according to sources relied on them for security and enforcement.

This validates what was written about Diddy in the biography “UNBELIEVALBE: THE LIFE, death AND AFTERLIFE OF THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G” authored by Cheo Coker in which quotes a source who states:
“ The n*gga that’s a major figure and is a Crip is named ZIP , that’s like Puff right hand man, but he would never go out and expose that s**t!”Statements such as the above along with police reports suggest that any Crip related activity amongst the Bad Boy camp can be attributed to the O.G known as “UNCLE ZIP.” Looking to offset any further robberies and blatant disrespect of the BAD BOY hierarchy, the Crips of Brooklyn became a useful accessory in a.ssistant Diddy Combs.

The Source Awards robbery was just the latest in a string of disrespectful acts occurring to Bad Boy records staff within the BK area, just months earlier Diddy himself was the victim of a botched robbery in which suspects tried to relieve him of his gold encrusted rolex watch outside a popular eatery known as the Renchers Crab Inn on 407 Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn.

Within an hours of the closing of the Source Awards , word had reached all over New York City that , k!ller Ben was fatally shot while at a phone booth by two gunmen clad in blue colored apparel at 11:10 pm.

The shooting seemed to be of no interest to the NYPD , who felt as if a favor had been done considering that k!ller Ben had used a 4 year old boy as a shield while dodging bullets in 1988 as well as losing his own 3 year old brother to a drive bye shooting which he directed activities on the street during his stint in a upstate prison.

It was now confirmed that Diddy had now established a crew of “BAD BOYS” who could compensate for the false street imagery that his artists portrayed on record.


Loyalty was honored and Vengeance was swift, fast forward to the fall of 2003 and two of Diddy’s Bad Boy a.ssociates are locked into an icey stare down outside an Atlanta nightclub. A dispute ignites between Wolf Jones and the charismatic Big Meech Flenory inside Club Chaos, that spills into the parking lot as Meech is accompanied by at least 40 members of his Black Mafia Family click , while Wolf Jones in a moment of sheer badness props himself up against Meech’s Cadillac Escalade, in a sheer display of arrogance. Viewing the cadre of goons Meech has a.ssembled, Wolf quickly makes a phone call to his Bronx born a.ssociate Lamont “Riz” Girdy, after the exchange of words, reports differ but speculation suggests Riz and Wolf fired their weapons first , and Meech and his counterpart Ameen “Baby Bull” Hight returned fire to defend themselves while becoming injured , Meech with shots to his upper legs and Bull receiving a wound to his foot.

Meanwhile , Wolf and Riz lie dead in the street! (Wolf, Big Joes friend hes upset about)

Which leads to much speculation to their deaths, with little to go on, local police rely on faulty witness testimony that the dispute came about from a conflict both men (Meech and Wolf) were having over a girl whom accompanied Meech to the club.

But the allegation given to local police was dismissed by federal investigators who summed it up as a gunf!ght over turf in regards to drugs.

The feds seemed to have a better understanding of the situation as well as the parties involved, in a November 2003 article of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, an agent who spoke anonymously stated that Meech and his organization the BLACK MAFIA FAMILY were being watched as an “underworld group that provides bodyguards and enforcement for various hip hop big wigs”

Perhaps, this could be the same “ENTERPRISE” that the disgruntled Kirk Burrows referered to???(ViaThisIsScolla)


3 pages in & i wasn't gonna do it...
but then u came with those 2 essays:





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 M.C.daHUSTLA said:
THE TRUTH ABUT DIDDY, AND BAD BOY RECORDS: THIS IS PRETTY LONG, BUT AN INTERESTING READ


(B.LUV) Okay, Im beginning to understand this vendetta Big Joe has against Diddy now. I was scrolling through the net and came across a VERY interesting blog that goes into detail about Diddys mob affiliation, extortions, a.ssults and contract murders. (wow) First off, if you havent read former Bad Boy rapper "Mark Currys" book, I would strongly encourage you to read it. He goes into detail about the things that went on at Bad Boy since about 95, to 05.Its a [retty good read, and goves you some knowledge about what goes on behind the scenes at these shady hip-hop labels.

Okay...This starts off by going into detail about puffys relationship with BMF...Remember BMF? Those are the people that Big Joe spoke about in his video rant at Diddy seen below.Listen @ 2:59 Big Joe speaks about BMF and how rappers "ran after them to be down".

Here Is The First Part Of The Story:

The mysterious relationship of the Flenory's and Sean "P Diddy" Combs, is like a 21st Century spin on the Sinatra Mafioso story that has been the subject of many articles and gossip influenced street lore.

But the trial actually brought things to light, considering that two of the remaining 39 defendants who were being prosecuted as being members of the Black Mafia Family Syndicate happen to be close a.ssociates of P Diddy himself.

Darryl "Poppa" Taylor according to federal investigators is the first cousin of P. Diddy and according to his own testimony was introduced to the Terry Flenory via P. Diddy's head of security Paul Buford, who was on trial himself as Taylor's co-defendant and remains a fugitive as of this writing.

This scenario was a long series of mysterious publicized encounters with BMF members, dating back to June 2003 when the Sean "P Diddy" Combs first welcomed Big Meech Flenory and his brother Terry's entry into the entertainment industry in Atlanta with a lavish birthday bash at Justins Restaurant in Atlanta.

Still nothing suspicious was thought of the encounters until a few months later a shooting in the Buckhead area of Atlanta at a nightclub left 2 men dead, with one suspect having a strange relationship with the victim.

Anthony "Wolf" Jones was murdered in the parking lot of the Chaos Nightclub on Nov. 11th 2003 following a dispute within the club that had erupted into plain view in front of hundreds of witnesses in the parking lot, following a subsequent chase by authorities, two suspects were held in custody, Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory and Ameen "Baby Bull" Hight, both of whom had withstood injuries connected to the shooting.

As with most shootings amongst African Americans, a cloud of "silence" prevented further investigation into the dispute, with nothing other than a weak motive that the shooting was based a dispute over a woman.

Needless to say without co-operation from any of the witnesses and two dead corpses, Big Meech and Baby Bull were freed on bond, pending house arrest.

News, however, spread quick throughout the streets of urban America, that a "BIG BAD WOLF" had been murdered in ATL; for those familiar with the entertainment industry particularly the field of bodyguard and security work, Wolf was an infamous figure.

Wolf Jones, had figured prominently in the entertainment world, rising to stature as P. Diddy's head of security following the arrest by federal authorities of Walter "King Tut" Johnson; who was nabbed as a person of interest to agents on October 24, 1996 investigating the recent death of Tupac Shakur in September of that same year.


It was clearly obvious that fed investigators were desperately trying to search any lead, because King Tut had already escaped prosecution in his involvement in the shooting a.ssault of Tupac in the 1994 quad studio session involving P Diddy and Biggie.

Wolf like King Tut had a dubious criminal past, but was able to refine himself as a mediator and problem resolver due to his employer Sean Combs numerous beefs and rivals.

Atlanta ironically would be the place that Wolf Jones would make his mark as a valuable enforcer for Sean Combs. It was on 1995 at a birthday fete for music mogul Jermaine Dupri, that words would be exchanged between Anthony "Wolf" Jones and an individual named Jake Robles a MOB PIRU blood gang member and close confident and bodyguard of Suge Knight.

The dispute according to Village Voice writer Peter Noel was best described as a war of words based on a contingent of crips from the west coast who ran alongside Suge Knight and his blood counterpart Jake Robles as part of the death Row conclave who were questioning Wolf's loyalty to a "buster like Puff Daddy", who allegedly was growing weary of having to defend Puff from disputes that Puff would never have to deal with himself...according to one anonymous source:

"Puffy ain't always the best when it comes to paying," the impresario says. "A lot of the times it's his people, trying to play games, but whenever there was a discrepancy, all I had to do was step to Wolf and he'd take care of it. He'd make sure that problem was taken care of."







Wolf being the tactful thinker that he was, decided the best way to resolve the conflict of words which was bound to get heated was to exit the birthday bash, which seemed to temporarily calm things when the death Row heads were escorted out by security only to bump heads again later on


But the role of "taking care of Puffy" was finally beginning to show cracks following the conclusion of the infamous "Shyne Barrow/Puff Daddy" club shooting trial when Jones was named as a codefendane along with Shyne and P Diddy in this highly publicized case...Anthony Jones was forced into a role he wasn't use to the media spotlight, while the Jake Robles affair faded into obscurity based on lack of cooperation of witnesses and the police lack of effort.

The Shyne Barrow trial was a circus, and put Jones in the compromising role once again as Diddy's "fall guy" throughout the trial. Jones had to retain his own legal counsel, he was successfully portrayed by his attorney as the "guy trying to defuse" the tension between the P diddy's crew and the victims.

Following his acquittal of gun possession charges and attempted murder, Wolf used this opportunity to seek an "escape" from his compromising role under P Diddy.

While continuing to work for Sean Combs as a security personnel for him in Atlanta specifically at Justins, Combs second restaurant facility, Wolf was according to family members making a name for himself as a budding entrepreneur in the field of personal security.





Around 2000, in an effort to become more mobile in cities such as Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles, Combs strengthened ties with an old friend a Gangsta Disciple affiliated cocaine enterpriser with nationwide crip ties named Big Meech out of Southwest Detroit...

Who along with his brother Terry were quite mobile themselves, having franchised their cocaine operation from it's local base to outposts as far as Los Angeles and New York.

Combs affiliation with the Black Mafia first came to notice, as Sean John was making it's presence known in the New York fashion circle in 1998, when VANITY FAIR magazine published an article questioning the financing of BAD BOY and pointing to it's source as being a cadre of "real bad boys" named the BLACK MAFIA.

But this did nothing to stop or discourage Diddy as the mantra he coined he states "we won't stop" was quickly becoming a reality.

Meech became a major player in Diddy's unstoppable quest to become a well enforced demagogue in the entertainment world and it's safe to say that Meech's monetary strength, as well as access to a plethora of gun toting goons across the states, made him a valuable resource to P. Diddy.

Soon Wolf was finding himself less of use to his employer P. Diddy who according to sources was growing distrustful of Wolf's loyalty and fearful that Wolf might get to talking about Diddy's street activities which he enabled him avoid persecution for so long.

It was in 2003 at the same birthday bash that Diddy hosted for Big Meech, that later on in the evening Wolf would find himself demoted from his position as Security head for Bad Boy entertainment and replaced by Paul Buford a close friend of the Flenory's and a high ranking member within the BMF click.

If your interested in reading more about BMF and their affiliation to Bad Boy, then i recommend you read Scolla's articles "Gangsta's in Hip Hop, where Tupac says himself that Bad Boy had the Black Mafia (Jimmy Henchmen and others) working in the background. Check the link - Tupac Interview(ViaThisIsScola)

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 7 years ago '07        #65
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 M.C.daHUSTLA said:
"In this country, you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get the women". - Scarface (Al Pacino)


Seems as though n*ggaz have an issue with the actual G-CODE itself, but that's cool just stay away from the G'z cause those the rules we playin by playboy and it's gone be some sacrifices and if you ain't prepared financially you could be one.


"I just remembered what you told me.You said don't go to war unless my money right.
Aight, I got my money right, now I want war." - Tupac


Now take a brief moment and tell me who you think told him that, I will tell you who I think told him that, it was the D the I the D the D the Y the D the I the D it was DIDDY n*gga, real n*ggaz say real thangz and most of all they do real thangz, R.I.P Tupac. Shout out to Suge for riding for the lil homie, R.I.P. Biggie. But this is the type of s**t that happens when you get caught up with some real gangastaz R.I.P. Albert Anastasia his own underboss Carlo Gambino did it to him. Being a G is more than a lifestyle its a religion that you don't just practice on Sunday, you betta practice it every minute of everyday. Or you may find yourself a victim of the sacrificial rituals we practice in other words come around pretending (rappers) and you could be sacrificed for a real gangsta'z ambitionz.
the thing with diddy i respect he earned stripes people dont realize he was a intern dancing in videos washing cars for the label at uptown all the s**t he made making the band do he did

now after all them years he still standing strong

he admitted he dont even make money like that off music now his real money come from his other ventures
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 kennboy1 said:
Didn't BIG say that?
naw puffy said that
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 Soda Pop said:
All gangsters use money that is power...if your broke who the f**k listens to you? Diddy is one of the smartest black CEO's in the game. If you think he's gangster go read about Tommy Motola, and Doug Morris. Diddy works for them.
but what im saying some people equate you being gangsta as you banged hard in the street and did it that way

im sayin puff used hus dough and the fact people wanted to be around him be apart of the lifestyle that he lives so through that he can use his money muscle so in fact thats how he got his "gangsta"

its like a cat in the streets trying to impress somebody to move up they will do anything to get were they trying to go
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 M.C.daHUSTLA said:
I do it for the intellectual not the gif posters or whateva that thing is, I neva really seen such an excitement revolved around not reading but I like it. It separates the Jadakisses from the Diddy's. It's a beautiful world, I LOVE BOXDEN, it fuels my outlook.
This is the realest post ive ever read on bx....nothing but f**kin TRUTH!
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 Mathematic said:
This is the realest post ive ever read on bx....nothing but f**kin TRUTH!
Real recognize real homie and you lookin real familiar.
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im gona wait till diddy gets old and puts out a tell all book.

aint no denying though, diddy is a sly motherf**ker. he gets s**t done
 7 years ago '04        #71
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im real in real life
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 enetblazin4eva said:
im real in real life
A real n*gga feel me. Shout out to all the real n*ggaz on Boxden believe me it aint hard to decipher between u n*ggaz.
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I ain't never knocked a n*ggaz hustle. Diddy ain't neva been touched. Show me ya heart when a n*gga so called gets you for a mill or more. If you ain't touch that man then he the G. And Diddy be everywhere, lol.

Now we're back to if you wanna hide something from a n*gga put it in a long read on boxden....
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 outlaw7066 said:
Are u kidding me diddy don't f**k over n*ggas in da south like dat... Look how jeezy walk in and out with no problems from diddy..look how 8ball & mjg left with no problems diddy knows who to f**k over and not to f**k over u can pretty much read who u can get over on..real n*gga wouldve been done k!ll diddy about dat bulls**t he be pulling.
his bmf affiliation had something to do with that...and im even surprised that sucker a.ss n*gga did a deal with a BMF affiliate....Diddy knows who to f**k over and who not to
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 Ushouldpayme said:
I ain't never knocked a n*ggaz hustle. Diddy ain't neva been touched. Show me ya heart when a n*gga so called gets you for a mill or more. If you ain't touch that man then he the G. And Diddy be everywhere, lol.

Now we're back to if you wanna hide something from a n*gga put it in a long read on boxden....
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 BxCastro said:
his bmf affiliation had something to do with that...and im even surprised that sucker a.ss n*gga did a deal with a BMF affiliate....Diddy knows who to f**k over and who not to

Go back a few pages and you will find that you should not be suprised at all Diddy signed a BMF affiliate, the long read titled "The Truth About Bad Boy", basically breaks down his BMF affiliation his first cousin and head of security were actually indicted with BMF. Matter of fact Im gone go out on a limb here and say Diddy was BMF or as closely affiliated as you can get n*ggaz just don't know about it, but the FED'S are investgating his affiliation with them real tough (google it).
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kill yaself :hang:
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Diddy's a business man.... That has nothing to do with being a gangster. Don't try and make yourself seem like you have credibility because you throw your own definitions on random words. s**t seems extra sad when you realize you're doing it for Boxden.
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