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Former Roc-A-Fella artist Peedi Crakk was recently released from jail and had a lot to get off his chest. The Philly rapper explains to Cosmic Kev why things went bad with Jay-Z
Peedi says things started to go sour when he expressed to Jay that he wanted to expand his career and be more than just a rapper by getting into acting, writing scripts, etc.
He feels like Jay at that point started to feel like maybe he couldn't keep him hidden as one of his little soldiers.
"In the beginning it was all love, I respect the man and what he do and admire him as a businessman," says Crack. "I would love to make it to that height like Puffy, Jay, 50. But working hands on with Jay I see why he's where he's at because it's all about Jay."
Peedi recalled an incident when some goons tried to break into his crib in Philly and kidnap him. He called Hov to get him out of town. When Jay got in touch he called him "soft"
Crakk keeps it one hundred and admits he blew a lot of cash and went over budget. He says that when Jay was finally ready to push him he wasn't ready. And by the time he got his head together Jay had kind of washed his hands of the situation.
Crakk talks about how his recent jail stint matured him. He says he wrote 105 songs while in there.
There's a lot more to the interview regarding Jay-Z and his beef with Fat Joe over using the name "Crakk" so check it out below.