“I know you all are seeing this YouTube video of like 25 Mobb Deep niggaz chasing me out the club,” Saigon wrote via his MySpace blog in 2007. “And helll fucking yeah I dipped up up out of there untouched..... But that was after I snuffed little punk ass Prodigy.” The blog post titled “I Finally Got Prodigy” was in response to footage that leaked onto the net after Saigon apparently hit Prod up style at a club a few years ago. We’re not exactly sure what’s going on between them now, but you never know.
Who could forget the East Coast/West Coast national feud of the 90’s? After Tha Dogg Pound released “New York, New York,” which was thought to be a punch thrown toward East Coast rap, Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Noreaga and Tragedy Khadafi promptly responded with a track of their own called “L.A. L.A.” Needless to say, Tupac was not a fan.
Which leads us to The Outlawz, the hip-hop group founded by ‘Pac in 1995. If Tupac wasn’t happy with the Mobb, it only makes sense that his seed would follow. Could they have been the ghost writers behind the tweet beef?
Back when Tru Life was still a young, up-and-coming rapper, he had a well-known beef with the Infamous Mobb (as documented in the DVD series, “Beef”). Of course, hacking into a Twitter account seems like child’s play compared to those murder charges he was slammed with in 2009, but hey.
N.O.R.E. seemed a bit bitter when he spoke to Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club and addressed excerpts from Prodigy’s book My Infamous Life in 2011. The excerpts claimed N.O.R.E. was jumped by the Mobb back in the 90’s. N.O.R.E. did admit that the story was true, but he wasn’t feeling how the anecdote was portrayed. “They jumped me because I shot somebody. Then, after they jumped me, I shot ‘em again. So how could you describe the situation like you won? At the end of the day, Prodigy didn’t lie. He exaggerated.”