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Hot! Mobb Deep’s Prodigy Proclaims ‘I’m Not F*ckin with Havoc No More’

After all the drama, it looks as though Mobb Deep fans can kiss any chance of a new album goodbye as sources close to the situation confirm that Prodigy and Havoc are in fact done creating new music together.

The hip hop world was in complete shock when Havoc took to Twitter a few weeks ago taking shots at his long time partner in crime, Mobb Deep member Prodigy. The entire situation continued to escalate, and as more evidence piled against Havoc, he continued to deny the beef accusations, claiming his phone was stolen.

Now a source close to the situation tells XXLMag that Havoc has been dealing with alcohol issues, and the two have had issues since P became a free man last year.

“While he was up there, 50 Cent came to visit a couple times. And 50 had came to him and said, ‘Listen, man, when you come home, I wanna sign you as a solo artist. I’m gonna give you a $500,000 advance check, but I’m not fuckin’ with Havoc because Havoc has been dealin’ with alcohol issues for years. Since you’ve been in jail, he’s checked in to rehab a few times.”

The source also claims that Havoc will have complete blackouts, and end up flipping out on Prodigy recalling an instance where Havoc didn’t remember dropping $20,000 at a casino. “He forgot because he has these little blackout moments when he’s drunk—that he spent all the money gamblin’. He accused Prodigy’s manager [of] stealin’ the money out of his account. So he knocks on Prodigy’s door, he smacks Prodigy across the face, Prodigy wrestles him down, beats him up a little bit. After, he remembers that he was gamblin’, so he comes back to Prodigy and apologizes and all that. But at this point, Prodigy is already tellin’ me and my other friend, ‘Yo, this is the last Mobb Deep tour. When I get back to New York, I’m gonna disappear. I’m not f*ckin’ with H no more.’”

The real nail in the coffin came from the source saying, ” To be honest with you, there’s 120 percent certainty that there will never be another Mobb Deep album again.

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