For the past month, rumors have swirled on the Internet that D-Block member, J-Hood, was parting ways with The LOX, prompting the Yonkers native to post a blog on his MySpace page announcing his departure from the crew. While the situation was cordial at first, that changed this week when video footage surfaced on YouTube of ‘Hood disrespecting LOX member, Sheek Louch, by referring to him as “Cheek Louch” and proceeding to drag his D-Block chain on the concrete. J-Hood then made a surprise appearance at 50 Cent’s concert in the Bronx over the weekend, confirming his beef with The LOX. In an exclusive statement to XXLMag.com, Sheek Louch responds for the first time to J-Hood, voicing his displeasure with his recent actions. Sheek’s statement is as follows.
“J-Hood is still gonna be a star and is a hot rapper,” Sheek tells XXLMag.com exclusively. “He is just being 50’s puppet as we speak in a very childish attempt to hurt D-Block, which in no way he can. Lyrically, I would never go at it with Joshua. It’s way too many things that I’ve been there for him as a father figure that he would not like if I spoke on. Not to mention, he is nowhere on the level as me or my partners — The LOX. And not to mention, we were never beefing. [So] for him to be talking so tough, just because we are not doing business, doesn’t mean we have to end on a bad note. Especially if you or nobody you be with is built that way. So I really don’t get lil’ guy. You see [Funkmaster] Flex and every DJ saying they will never play another J-Hood song again. He is hanging himself and I hope he gets a grip and thinks for himself like I taught him to. But I still wish ‘Hood the best in life and music.”