Angie Martinez: “The Lox were my guests that day so I was letting them say what they had to say. Puffy wanted to call in and I asked them if it was okay. I would never put someone on the air without my guests that are in the studio being okay with it. I would never just bombard somebody like that. I asked if Puffy could call in and they said absolutely and he called in and I mean, what happened happened. [Laughs] It’s like again, another spectacle. 

 

That was interesting. But I wasn’t worried about that so much, that wasn’t beef, that was like business beef.

 

"That interview was really interesting because it represented the young guys who maybe didn’t know any better at the time versus the sharp, business mogul guy. That was interesting. But I wasn’t worried about that so much, that wasn’t beef, that was like business beef. [Laughs] It’s entertaining but it’s not scary or wearing like real beef or personal beef. I will say that The Lox did get some resolution after that and that makes me happy. Even in their argument, listening back, both points in both sides of that interview are kind of interesting to listen to, something to learn from on both sides."