Houston boss J. Prince believes that DEA agents Chad Scott and Jack Schumacher set out to murder him and destroy his Rap-A-Lot empire around the turn of the century.
Rap-A-Lot artist Scarface even mentions the rogue agents by name in his 2000 The Last Of A Dying Bread tracks "Look Me In The Eyes" and "Gangsta Shit."
Scott was recently arrested on ten counts of criminal activity including perjury, falsifying witness testimony to ensure convictions were carried out, and pocketing funds obtained from criminals and drug dealers.
Prince took to Instagram to celebrate Scott's arrest and to break down what had gone down.
They finally caught one of the two DEA agents assigned to take my life over a decade ago. - - - The two, Jack Schumacher and Chad Scott were both mentioned on 2 songs; ‘Look into My Eyes’ and ‘Gangsta Shit’ by Scarface. - - - We put the spotlight on these so called “Gangster DEA Agents” years ago because of their threats on my life any many other criminal acts they committed. - - - I hired an investigator to investigate Jack Schumacher and discovered that he killed EIGHT people on duty. This is highly unusual for an officer to use his weapon so many times. As an officer he was never convicted of murder and was promoted from officer to a DEA agent only to kill more. - - - So the “hitman” and his sidekick Chad Scott, were assigned to destroy me and Rap-A-Lot Records around the same time Murder Inc. and Death Row was being attacked by law enforcement agencies. - - - A decade later the Truth has come to light!!! The very thing I revealed years ago about these two agents, Chad Scott has now been indicted for! - - - Over the years he left a trail of blood and bodies by victimizing homies and becoming a criminal with a badge. Now the time has come for the victims in Louisiana and Texas to come together with any information on this scumbag to free those who’ve been wrongfully set up and imprisoned by him. - - - I wrote about all of this in detail in my book. #TheArtAndScienceOfRespect #jprince
There will be more on all of that in Prince's upcoming book The Art and Science of Respect.