News: N.O.R.E. Points Fingers Over CNN Hiatus: "It's Probably My Fault" [Audio]
Thursday, Mar 28, 2013 11:30AM
New York rapper N.O.R.E. recently spoke on hooking back up with estranged partner in rhymes Capone after a publicized split a couple years ago.
In N.O's perspective, they both are to blame for making fans wait nearly a full two years before seeing them back doing what they do best.
"It's probably my fault, but it's probably his fault too. We're both to blame, we be stubborn sometimes but we brothers. One minute he's doing this, one minute I'm doing that. But right now, his joint come out, after that we going straight full throttle with it. Nobody's gonna be to blame then." ("Sway In The Morning")
Back in August 2011, Nore came clean on why they had to initially go their seperate ways.
"That's my brother right and we recently - somebody called me to do a show," N.O.R.E. explained. "The show happened to be in Queensbridge...My drama in Queensbridge has always been over Capone. I don't have beef in Queensbridge. I mean I've handled the beef in Queensbridge, but originally it never started over me -- so as a brother I just felt like he should have stood next to me. I came, I brung all the jewelry I could put together on and I walked through that projects by myself and held it down -- It just really, really hurt me as a friend [not to have him by my side]." ("The Breakfast Club")
A couple months prior, Capone confirmed the separation but said N.O.R.E. would always be his brother.
"Capone n Nore could never break up.. Brothers b4 music.. It's my turn ya dig!," Capone tweeted June 9th.
"RT Listen here: @CaponeQB n @noreaga WILL ALWAYS BE TOGETHER .. JUST NOT AS A RAP DUO ON WAX! WE ARE ALL FAMILY TIL THE END! #MILITAINMENT" (Capone's Twitter)
N.O.R.E. announced the news of CNN's break-up after over a decade of releasing music together a few months prior.
"I'm not making another war report album or another N.O.R.E ALBUM IMMA MAKE THE 1st S.U.P.E.R.T.H.U.G album cause that what's good for now...Diddy my homey can't and would never diss him but he was known for anthems and hits it's safe to say Khaled has been upholding that area...CNN was a great group...Time has changed I must move on...Doesn't it hurt to watch a boxer still box when he's heart isn't in it that's what the group feels like right now...Ok I've said way too much have no more to say I'll hit u after the gym salute" [sic] (57th Ave)
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