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J. Prince Responds to Assault Allegations

rap-a-lot1.jpgIn response to a lawsuit filed yesterday (April 12) by Houston studio owner Ronnie Bookman, Rap-A-Lot Records founder and CEOP J. Prince has issued the following statement.

“Through my years in this music industry, I’ve been falsely accused and sued by many, which none of them were successful. I guess this is a new season where drug dealing rats and parasite lawyers are out to extort me. If anyone with good sense would pull this guy Ronnie Bookman’s record, they would see how bad his credibility stinks. The true facts will be revealed in a court of law.”

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