French Montana has come out to dismiss the conversation about who the “King of New York” is.
Montana is of the opinion that those that are parading themselves as “King of NY” seem to be forgetting that Jay-Z is still alive. He says noone can claim the tag as far as Jay-Z is not dead.
French Montana recently sat for an interview to push aside the conversation about some people giving the title of “King of NY” to Tekashi 6ix9ine.
In his words he said, “First of all, you can’t say you the King Of New York when Jay-Z’s still alive.”
He further explained how Tekashi and Max B’s situations are related before revealing that Fat Joe gave him similar counsel that he gave Tekashi a few months ago. Although French actually gave-in to Fat Joe’s counsel, he doesn’t blame Tekashi aligning.
“I don’t blame 6ix9ine because you know, once you start getting a bag, it’s hard for you when you just came from like you can’t afford to even, like, support your family,” he explained.” “Then you start getting a bag and then it’s just like everybody’s coming at you because, you know, whatever situation it is. Now, you feel like you gotta protect yourself, now you feel like you gotta, you know, let the vibe be known that you really that guy.”
Do you really think 6ix9ine is “King of NY” ahead of Jay-Z?
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