News: Prodigy Admits Milking Mobb Deep Bogus Beef, "Me & Hav Have A Lot Of Fights & Arguments" [Video]

Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012 9:39AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Mobb Deep's Prodigy has come forward to speak on recent headlines he and Havoc generated over the past couple weeks, admitting they initially milked speculation claiming they were beefing.

Promising there was no truth behind alleged anti-Prodigy Twitter disses from Hav's account, P said Mobb Deep were never on the verge of breaking up.

"I can't even tell you how it happened," P said in an interview. "When we got down to the bottom of it, we knew what was going on, we knew it was all bogus, so we kept kinda quiet. We ain't say nothing about it. We ain't get up on Twitter right away and say it's bogus. So that's probably why people think he set it up or something. We just waited for a minute -- that wasn't Hav [tweeting]. ... Me and Hav have a lot of fights and arguments, and when we fight we laugh about it and tell people on the radio and all of that -- it's nothing to be ashamed of or try to hide, especially with me and Hav." (Hot 97)

Last week, the duo were spotted hanging out at a New York Knicks home game.

What breakup? Last night embattled hip-hop group Mobb Deep were spotted together courtside for the New York Knicks' thrashing against the Washington Wizards at Madison Square Garden in NYC. A photo of the two together put to bed any suggestions of a breakup for the Mobb Deep following a series of tweets Havoc fired at Prodigy earlier this week. "Even Mobb Deep were in the crowd" sports announcer Alan Hahn first revealed during the Knicks' post-show on the MSG network. (RapFix)

Recent reports claimed Mobb Deep would never reunite for an album.

The Infamous Mobb hit SXSW in Austin for the first time last month, and though they performed multiple times, the tension was continuing to mount. "When he got back to New York, Prodigy kept his word," the source said. "He stopped takin' Havoc's calls. He wanted to be out that whole situation." The source also denied accusations that Havoc questioned Prodigy's sexuality, and said it's highly unlikely that the two will work together again. "To be honest with you, there's 120 percent certainty that there will never be another Mobb Deep album again," the source concluded. "How do you come back from that?" (XXL Mag)

Despite the anti-Prodigy tweets appearing on his Twitter page earlier this month, Hav later came forward and addressed the matter.

"Just getting back into NY after my Easter weekend with family and friends in Jersey. I left my phone at a gas station yesterday evening while on my way to Jersey after a glorious Knick's game. To all Mobb Deep fans: it's business as usual! It's Mobb Deep all day!!! My twitter account @THEREALHAVOC will be down until further notice. The only other real account is @PRODIGYMOBBDEEP. Ignore the rest. One!" (Statement)

Check out Prodigy's interview below:

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