Shyne Blasts Diddy For Not Supporting Deceased Body Guard's Family

Shyne Blasts Diddy For Not Supporting Deceased Body Guard's Family

Shyne speaks out against Diddy, saying he should be taking care of the family of his deceased bodyguard who saved his life. The rapper also hopes to come back to America soon.

After being locked up for nearly ten years it seems Shyne had a lot to get off his chest.  After putting Rick Ross on blast for his Jewish-themed mixtape and his alleged prison guard past, and recently saying Kendrick Lamar’s debut album was “trash”, Shyne Po is in the news again.   He is bashing Diddy, yet again, this time for not taking care of the family of Diddy’s former bodyguard, who was killed back in 2003.

Previously Shyne has let it be known he does not respect the Bad Boy mogul after he failed to reach out to him during his incarceration.   Now, Shyne is upset that Sean Combs hasn’t financially supported the family of Anthony “Wolf” Jones, who was implicated in the infamous 1999 Manhattan club shooting, which involved Shyne and Jennifer Lopez.

In an interview with AHH, Shyne vents, “The testament to that is the way he treats Anthony “Wolf” Jones’ mother and his family. If it wasn’t for Anthony “Wolf” Jones, he [Diddy] wouldn’t be alive today. I know this for a fact.” Shyne continues and gives more details about that night, “Suge Knight was on his back and Wolf was the guy that kept Diddy alive. You would think that after he passed away he would have gratitude forever, especially when you think about the way that he’s rolling. How you not sending your man’s kid’s off to college? How you not take care of your man’s mother mortgage?”

Besides openly putting other rappers on blast, Shyne has been releasing music, and although he was deported and currently cannot enter the U.S., he is working on coming over in March.  “We working on that and for whatever reason President Obama don’t see the benefit that I bring to the African and Latin-American impoverished communities throughout the United States of America,” Shyne adds, “ But we working on getting that visa, so I should be in the United States in March of 2013, with or without Obama.”

 

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