Complex says: When Scarface recently went off on VH1's Hip Hop Honors for their mistreatment of the South, he also brought up how New York audiences booed him and the Geto Boys back in the day. Although his grievances may be legit, there is a much more memorable instance of New York booing a group from below the Mason-Dixon Line. The now infamous 1995 Source Awards at Madison Square Garden took place in NYC during the peak of the East/West Coast rivalry. The crowd at MSG was hating on anyone who wasn't from NYC, so when Outkast won "Best New Rap Group" (beating hometown favorites Smif-N-Wessun) the crowd started booing. 'Kast certainly didn't deserve such shabby treatment, so an indignant Andre 3000 stomped on stage and gave a one-line acceptance speech that rings as true today as it did then: "The South got something to say."