YG and DJ Mustard end beef

After YG weighed in on his beef and fight with DJ Mustard during an interview with Hot 97, the producer finally opened up about the situation during a separate interview with Angie Martinez on Power 105.

Echoing what the Compton rapper said, Mustard said the two knuckled up… and are friends again.

Mustard apparently commented on an STD rumor floating around about YG, offering an annoyed response, in which he claimed he was never paid for his work on YG’s debut, My Krazy Life.

“It wasn’t a direct shot at YG about not getting paid for his album, because I didn’t really care about that. But, it was just like, ‘Yo, stop asking me about this,’ ” Mustard explained. “Because, it ain’t like … I don’t care. It ain’t real. Whatever was going on before that, what they was asking me about (him having an STD), it wasn’t real.

“I’m like, I didn’t even get paid for his album, so you think I care about that? That was a miscommunication,” he continued. “[YG] took it the wrong way. It sounded crazy, so I was like, ‘What did I just do?’ ”

After a back-n-forth, the friends actually met up and fought… yea, a fist-fight.

“That’s how it supposed to be. It was just a fight, like, ‘Aight, we both had enough.’ Yea, it’s over,” Mustard told Angie Martinez. “Then, it’s like, we bros. It’s like, ‘My bad,’ because it was a misunderstanding, and he’s like, ‘My bad.’ Obviously, we both didn’t mean the F U’s.”

Despite the argument becoming physical, Mustard said, overall, it helped their relationship.

“It helped us. We got a large entourage. We got a lot of people we call, or so-called thought, we were friends. Then you got some who are like, ‘Yo, I’m riding with you’ and [vice versa]. Instead of calling, like, ‘Y’all need to talk,’ ” he explained. “It helped because you cut all the snakes out the grass.

“We back regular, like the same. We turnt up, 400, 10 summers. I mean, it would be a shame for us to let any type of money come between what we’ve built for the West Coast or us in general.”

Ian Jackson
Founder/Owner of All Bay Music Magazine, Owner of TheRapManager.com