News: Beanie Sigel Says State Property Movement Still Alive, "We About To Set-Up All The Way Across The Map" [Video]
Saturday, Aug 14, 2010 11:00PM
Former Roc-A-Fella artist Beanie Sigel recently updated fans on the status of State Property and revealed plans to take his rap crew nationwide.
While remaining brief, Beans said he hoped to have "State Property family" in select cities across the United States.
"We about to set-up this motherf*cking State Property thing all the way across the map, man," Beans said in an interview. "I'ma make the feds start watching n*ggas thinking it's a f*cking gang or something. Nah, real sh*t, I want that sh*t that be like, I want to have a State Property family in every state, city, where I go. State Property Chicago, out here in Michigan all the way down to Atlanta, to the motherf*cking West Coast to Little Rock, Arkansas. Wherever it's going down, getting busy at, I want State Property family there. Uh." (Gun Rule TV)
Recently, State Property's Freeway said he was working on new material with crew member Peedi Crakk.
"I did my thing at The Roc, learned a lot over there so I feel as though it's time to try my hand with the independent thing," Free told television personality DJ Envy. "It's crazy man, it feels real good... I still speak to everybody. I keep good contact with everybody, it's all good with me man, we rocking... [In State Property,] everybody's good. Hopefully, hopefully we'll put [a State Property album] together. Shout-out to Peedi Crakk, he just came home from the joint, we're working on his stuff. And we grinding, everybody's grinding, trying to put a nice situation together for themselves. So hopefully we can come together after that." ("Sucker Free")
Last January, State Prop's Omillio Sparks said Beans' recent rap beef toward Jay-Z is his fault.
"I think it's personal family business," Sparks told DJ Vlad. "Even after all that was said and done, I think [Beans] went to jail, came back and signed a contract again. So if you were already feeling some type of way about what was going on, you should have just been on your joint like 'All right I'm out,' but he came back and re-signed, you brought that on yourself. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me, right? So you come back and something don't go right, now you're mad so I'll just let them feud. It's some personal beef, we'll see the outcome of it later on." (Vlad TV)
Last month, Sigel talked about regretting his past loyalty to Jay during their beef with Ruff Ryders in 2001.
"Only thing I regret about that Roc-A-Fella sh*t was going at my n*gga Kiss," Beans said in an interview referencing his 2001 beef with Jadakiss. "I did that sh*t for you n*gga 'cause you were scared. You knew Kiss would have bit that a**. I should pull off my belt and whip that a**. You better watch who you worship, man...I know all that f*ggot sh*t you poppin' and the little slurs on Drake and them's records and I'ma tell y'all little motherf*ckers something, y'all keep letting that n*gga get on records and pop sh*t. I'ma start coming at cha'll little n*ggas. I'll smack the sh*t outta Drake b*tch a**. All y'all n*ggas, f*ck all y'all. This is Broad Street Bully, B. Sig, I have no problem seeing anybody on site." (Trinity Entertainment)
Check out Beanie Sigel talking about State Property below: