News: Hell Rell On Blaming Jim Jones For Dipset Problems, "That Was My Opinion, Was I Wrong?"
Tuesday, Sep 1, 2009 1:20PM
Dipset associate Hell Rell has stood by his recent accusations that Jim Jones and Juelz Santana tarnished Cam'ron's rap group image and explained why it's all about profits in the end.
While not taking back his words, Rell argued it was his opinion and he would stand by it.
"That was pretty much my opinion man," Rell said about his controversial statements. "It wasn't nothing like [I was] pretty much like taking shots at n*ggas because at the end of the day, we all family. We all got this tattoo so at the end of the day, that was my opinion. Was I wrong for voicing it online or in front of a camera? Who gives a f*ck? That's how I felt. At the end of the day, I speak my mind. So n*ggas get mad, which is cool, but I really don't care. At the end of the day, it's about money. We all got rich. We all rich. Everybody got money, Dipset West, it's a whole new chapter. N*ggas probably mad because they not a part of the chapter, whoever's mad, I don't give a f*ck." (Forbez DVD)
Juelz Santana recently spoke with SOHH and addressed Rell's comments.
"Hell Rell is upset," Juelz explained. "Hell Rell's upset, he has no outlets right now. His only source of making money is for us to get back together which I understand -- but at the end of the day, he know what would happen. So for him to say that, he's just talking. I got nothing but time, he could always come to my studio and do songs and records with me but he couldn't get Cam on the phone -- I know Hell Rell at the end of the day. Like, I know Hell Rell. He really doesn't bother me when he says certain things, it's just that the game is dirty right now, people don't really have no outlets. Me, Jimmy and Cam were really the only ones besides everybody else, without us all being together, it makes it even harder. Just as much as it makes it harder for everybody, it makes it even harder for him. So I feel he's reaching for a little bit of attention, unnecessary attention. Hell Rell knows what it is...I let Rugga Rell be Rugga Rell when the camera comes on. I've seen Rell plenty of times. That sh*t is about nothing, I couldn't have beef with none of them. It's like, n*ggas is talking, man." (SOHH)
Rell previously called out Jones and Santana for the "tarnished" Dipset image as of late and their usage of auto-tune on records.
"Shout-out to my n*gga Cam," Rell said in an on-street interview. "At the end of the day, after he closed the books, I pretty much went with my group which is Top Gunnas. Because we all know that Jim f*cked the [Dip]set up. He just f*cked the whole 'set up. Denying the phone call, Cam called him, said he didn't call him. He jumped on [Funkmaster] Flex and said he did call him. A whole bunch of bullsh*t like, f*cking up money man. That sh*t just had me mad man. I'm like come on man, you serious? Then he go out on Summer Jam, him and Santana, I love the movement, you know I love the 'set, but they just tarnishing the name. They just f*cking this sh*t up. You know what I mean, everything that we built. That auto-tune sh*t ain't us...Never was Dipset music, so all that other sh*t it's just getting out of hand man. Ruger just gotta whip it back into shape man." (Hip Hop Beef)
Last March, Jones said he was willing to re-link with Cam for an album.
"I'm only one piece of this puzzle, there's three other players," Jones told radio personality Angie Martinez. "I think there's two other people who are in...I'm willing to get another Diplomat album done for the sake of us being selfish these past few years and change and our personal differences. It's been more to it, it wasn't just us that made Diplomats happen...for that, I think we owe it to ourselves and a lot of other people...A Diplomat album can't be done without everyone's participation, everybody feeling the same way about making this thing happen." (Angie Martinez Show)
Check out a snippet of Hell Rell's interview below: