Following news of the arrest of Zae Numbafive and others in an unrelated federal investigation, Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince has shared a lengthy statement clarifying his previous comments on the alleged attack of YBN Almighty Jay.

In a post tagging Funk Flex, Cardi B, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Swizz Beatz, and more, J. Prince said he was "never asking" for help "in any capacity." Furthermore, he doesn't need it.

"I witnessed a clown campaigning, bragging, and snitching on himself on a public video about robbing industry people in your backyard so I took it upon myself to alert the ones I have respect for," he said Thursday. "It is clear to me that went over some of y'all heads."

J. Prince also urged that no credit be given to "any of the people I tagged for what others earn," before sending out additional criticism to anyone who's attempted to "narrow down" his message. "My track record speaks for itself so I won’t lip wrestle with punks," he said. See the full post below.

 

I want to take this time to clarify my message to the people I tagged on my previous post. @funkflex @mysonnenygeneral @fredthegodsonmusic @ounp1523 @artisthbtl @iamcardib @hocus45th @corygunz174 @fatjoe @therealswizzz @remyma Let me make myself clear. I was never asking any of y’all for help in any capacity. I don’t need you, I don’t know you, or trust any of y’all to do anything concerning the streets for me. With that being said I witnessed a clown campaigning, bragging, and snitching on himself on a public video about robbing industry people in your backyard so I took it upon myself to alert the ones I have respect for. It is clear to me that went over some of y’all heads. Just for more clarity Ive been having ties in the Bronx and throughout New York for a long time and now it’s gotten even stronger with my youngstas. So don’t give any of the people I tagged credit for what others earn because they all strangers to me other than music. To all of you so called gangster clowns there’s a time and a place for everything and I’m going to give you what you ask for. To all of you that’s trying to narrow down my message to me wanting a chain lacks the depth of understanding that real street niggas have. That’s why you are all squares. There’s a movement taking place by the timid and the weak that wants to change the meaning of strong to weak and the meaning of weak to strong. My track record speaks for itself so I won’t lip wrestle with punks. I notice a lot of young men on the east coast that like to invite men to suck on their private parts then call themselves gangsters but real men don’t invite other men to suck their dicks unless they’re gay. I guess if the man you’re asking to suck on you say “ok” you’re gonna get naked? Now that you know better hopefully you punk ass niggas will do better. Or maybe it feels good being a punk ass nigga?

A post shared by J Prince (@jprincerespect) on Mar 14, 2019 at 3:48pm PDT

In his previous post calling out "a clown by the name of Zae," J. Prince said the attackers had "robbed a piece of me" by allegedly taking YBN Almighty Jay's Rap-A-Lot piece. "Mob Ties Call To My Real Street N****s Around The World But Especially On The East Coast In The Bronx," he said at the time.

Zae Numbafive was among those taken into federal custody earlier this week in the Bronx in connection with the alleged shooting of an off-duty New York Police Department officer. The suspects, per a report on Numbafive's arrest from TMZ, were also questioned about the alleged YBN Almighty Jay attack.