Gunplay Speaks on BET Hip-Hop Awards Incident
Gunplay called in to Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club this morning to give his account of the altercation that went down over the weekend at the BET Hip-Hop Awards.
Initial reports were that the Miami rapper and Tony Yayo got into a fight, and though Gunplay wouldn't directly name who was involved in the incident, he did seem to acknowledge that it was the G-Unit camp. When the hosts told him that they heard it was Yayo and Kidd Kidd who were involved in the skirmish, the MMG rapper seemed to deny that, though he danced around a clear response. "Security, man," he said. "The man got security with him; ain't nothin' like that."
There were reports that 'Play lost his chain in the incident; he didn't bother denying that he no longer is in possession of it. "I don't know what happened with the chain; hell with it," he continued. "I was by myself, like I usually am."
As for the other notable scuffle that night, involving the camps of Rick Ross and Young Jeezy, Gunplay said he wasn't around when the pushing started. "I was walking—security had stopped me and was patting me down, and I ain't get to see what happened," he said. "Ross and them walked up ahead of me, and security was still patting me down. By the time, I got there, I seen a melee."
"Ain't nobody touching MMG, man," he concluded. "Ain't nobody touching me. My face is fine. Niggas is donkeys." —Adam Fleischer (@AdamXXL)