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News Hip-Hop Artists Accused of Robbing Public
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Written by Mia Jones ID2818   
Friday, 07 July 2006 09:26

Lil Jon & E-40 Accused Of Robbing Public by Mia Jones

Bay Area hip hop companies HYPHYTV.COM & HYPHY INC. have went on record stating that they are in fact at odds with rap hip-hop artists Lil Jon and E-40.

The two hip hop label mates Lil Jon an Atlanta native and Earl” E-40” Stevens a Bay Area hip hop artist have been accused of selling fake tickets at arenas and stadiums promoting themselves as the so called” HYPHY MOVEMENT” throughout the country, when in fact there’s not one Hyphy artist on their roster and tour.

“Lil Jon and E-40 brought some much needed attention showcasing the new and distinctive Bay Area culture and lifestyle that’s taking place in the Bay Area. But neither artist is in fact a real member of the movement.” declared a spokesperson for the two accusing companies.

Since bringing the attention to the movement the pair of hip-hop artists has been accused of using the movement for their on personal selfish financial gain. Hip-hop rap artist E-40, who is not even a Hyphy member, is being accused of using the new found fame and clout to put his family members and label mates in key positions at the expense of Hyphy.

“E-40’s sister Suga-T is promoting a new album now. D-shot, E-40’s brother, is in the Source magazine saying he’s making beats again. Droop-E E-40’s son has an album out.” The spokesperson for the two companies also went on to state that, “Neither of them are genuinely apart of the movement. They’re using the movement to spark attention on themselves.”

ATL’s hip-hop sensation Lil Jon, who is responsible for signing bay area hip-hop rapper E-40, is alleged as being the mastermind behind the plot. In an effort to hang on to a short lived music career the CEO of B.M.E Recordings/TVT Records/Warner Brothers-Music Group, is accused of only having signed E-40 to a contract so he could associate himself with the movement and keep himself in the limelight. “They are using their industry clout to rob the Bay Area and the public of hot music. Lil Jon never intends to put a Hyphy artist on; he’s just using the name to keep himself in the spotlight”

News Hip-Hop Artists Accused of Robbing Public

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