With Mobb Deep member Havoc’s Twitter page apparently falling into the hands of a hacker this week, SOHH reached out to the New York producer to see if he could clear up the situation.
While Hav did not offer up many details, he did explain his reasoning for not issuing a media statement immediately following his page being compromised.
“i [sic] really don’t think that a statement is necessary.,” Hav wrote via an exclusive statement provided to SOHH. “It’s Twitter after all and this kind of things [sic] happen all the time. I just decided to leave it alone.” (SOHH)
Earlier this week, a suspicious tweet followed by handfuls of explicit photos covered his Twitter timeline.
“Don’t be the next contestant on that summer jam screen!,” a tweet read from Havoc’s Twitter page, which is now currently unavailable. (Havoc’s Twitter)
The photos worked up a ton of reactions from Mobb Deep fans and Twitter followers.
“Yo @Nas! Please check your homeboy Havoc bro! Son putting the Bridge into disrepute!” (The N)
“not havoc’s fault. he left his d**k at a gas station” (Ben Detrick)
“I guarantee Havoc’s phone got stolen and someone uploaded those pics from his phone. I refuse to believe anything else.” (Doughbeezy)
“Havoc has disgraced Queens. Havoc has disgraced New York” (DGH.)
“I don’t follow havoc but since he took over my TL I thought i’d see what everyone was talkin about. smh in a split second I saw 2 much! x__X” (StarChile)
Last year, Hav came clean on lying about his Twitter page being hacked when diss tweets directed toward his Mobb Deep partner Prodigy flooded the Internet.
“The tweets is crazy,” said Havoc. “So it was you?” asked Creekmur. “Yeah,” said Havoc. “And I was speaking of a stand point of being mad, but still being truthful of how I felt – but it was just the wrong thing to do at that time.” As for the state of Mobb Deep, Havoc says they are taking a break.”Right now Mobb Deep is on hiatus, indefinitely…until things get hashed out,” Havoc told AllHipHop.com. “Eventually, the real story will come out; there’s two sides to every story. Only one has been spoken for.” (All Hip Hop)
In April 2012, Hav claimed someone stole his cell phone and posted the anti-Prodigy remarks.
“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)