J Prince has accused one of Quavo's friends of snitching and lying to the authorities about the killing of late rap star Takeoff.
The Houston native recently appeared on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast and talked about the murder, at one point slaming an associate of Quavo's named Willie Bland and providing documentation to support his claims of Bland's co-operation.
Prince Charming claims that he believed that Quavo's life was in jeopardy when he saw one of the players reaching for his weapon in an attempt to deter a suspected robbery plot on Quavo. However, Prince Charming rejects Bland's claim, arguing that his fear for Quavo's safety was misguided because to the fact that Prince's son was also there and willing to protect both Quavo and Takeoff.
Prince said after explaining the event, clearly, that he saw these two guys with guns earlier. These are the same two guys that he decided to punch with his pistol out and his them with a pistol.
The founder of Rap-A-Lot Records chastises Bland for allegedly educating police on the circumstances that prompted the incident, as well as for revealing the identity of a man he believes was armed at the scene of the crime.
Prince said: "He's making all kinds of statements on this police report that we have that we could see his name and everything," adding: "You got this clown, and it ends up in his hand, this clown saying somebody want to rob him."
Prince said in a reference to the creator of FATHER OF 4 and his own words during an interview with Offset. Yesterday, Offset responded to Prince's statements with words of his own.
"You know who you're thinking about, John Gotti, ni**a," the 31-year-old said of Prince and the company. "I'm not going to stop you from hearing anything from me."
Patrick Clark, the suspected triggerman, has pleaded not guilty to a $1 million bond in a shooting that took place on November 1 2022 in Houston.