I’m like, yo man, Nino Brown man, get my man a straw.” Ja: “Those were the days.”Ja: “I didn’t make it easy on her [my wife]. Then when we was making a lot of paper, he would wake up with Cristal. It has been long rumored that Irv Gotti was smashing his superstar artist Ashanti back in the day.Well Flex finally got the chance to ask Irv the question.In an interview with Angie Martinez in early May 2009, Gotti stated that his label, The Inc., was leaving Universal Records.A 2003 investigation, including a raid on the Manhattan offices of Murder, Inc., resulted in charges of money laundering being brought against Gotti and his brother Christopher in connection with alleged financial transactions associated with New York City drug kingpin Kenneth "Supreme" Mc Griff.
I learned with my last situation – Universal/Motown – they didn’t get me. I don’t like any division between us [black culture].”I hate The Inc. It’s the Cancer in me – we love hard, but we hate hard, top. And they would be like, ‘You’re a really sharp guy,’ but they wasn’t giving me the deal. She said I was going to change how people think and how people feel. She lying.’ They asked me if “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny” was about Diddy and I was like, ‘Sure they are.'”Gotti: “Ecstasy was good. It is a unique skill that woman have, and you know, I wasn’t ready to be the man she was wanting me to be at that moment. You know, anything that you wanna do to the best of your abilities, you have to be somewhat selfish. ’ I was high on like three ecstasy pills so I’m floating and angry. Lo and she said “I’m Real” ain’t about Puffy,’ and I was like ‘What? Y’all women have a unique skill of knowing that this is the man that you want, but maybe he’s not the man you want him to be right now. So when someone bails and you like, yo, I’m probably the illest n***a in ya life next to your dad. She’s this princess that I created and the ‘Murder’ wasn’t good for the image anymore." Irv says that he "did bad things" with other women but overall, he's a good husband.Irv Gotti recently sat down with Funk Flex and a little known fact was dropped.Well, Irv stopped by and chatted with Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex and ended up confirming that he and Ashanti used to get it on back then. It was a lot of money, everyone was number one, and apparently everyone was smashing each other back then. I take great classic hip-hop songs, and take the inspiration of what the song is about and turn it into a 1 to 2 hour scripted episode. And Stephen Hill, at BET, when I pitched it, I didn’t have no deck, I didn’t have no thing. She said, ’Anything you have in your head, is going to work.’Let’s talk about it for one second: shouldn’t that have been in the real world? The guy who is claiming to be the roughest, toughest, Don Dolla, bully?! I just went and told him the idea and he bought it. I was like, ‘Yo, Jay, could you do movies and TV on Tidal? And honestly, when I did that, he gave me a backdoor pilot. More good cops need to step up when bullsh*t happens and they need to say it before anyone else. ’ I was telling him he should compete with Netflix. Source: WENN Ja Rule and Irv Gotti stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club for a very interesting and candid interview this morning. It’s deeper than just music and what we do business wise. I wasn’t there for a lot of things that I should’ve been there for. As far as being a good man and a good father, that I was. She recently came forward and kind of recanted her statement about some of the things she said in her book.” Gotti: “I don’t wanna be anywhere near Superhead. I’m really good friends with Gail and I said, ‘Gail, how y’all not having no rappers on, but you let the c**ksucker on there? You wanted to do all of this though.”Gotti: “Here’s the real. We made great music together and everything like that. During their chat, the native New Yorkers opened up about everything from their marital woes to drug addictions. On the longevity of their friendship: Gotti: “We’re good guys! I wasn’t in her corner for a lot of the things that I should’ve been. I was there being that person as much as I could be.