In March of last year, Tekashi 6ix9ine was booted from J Prince Jr.'s birthday party in Houston by his brother Baby J for showing up without checking in.
Prince Jr. then posted a video of the ejection with an explanation of why it went down like it did.
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I just want to take the time out to tell my youngest brother @babyjayprince that I’m proud of the way that u delivered my message to @6ix9ine_ when he tried to come in my party this past Sunday. You handled it stiffly but with class and I’m proud of you for that! First off @6ix9ine_ , don’t think that u can go to other people’s city and not show them the proper respect that’s due, we’ve earned that and demand it! Although I might not condone in a bunch of the moves you’ve made, I don’t know u and I know that your young and new to this so u have a lot of learning to do. So with that being said, I’m still willing to sit down and have a conversation with u but not for one second do u get it misunderstood that u can get away with the disrespect in my city the way you’ve shown in others. We won’t tolerate it. Make your next move your best move! #CourtesyCall #MobTies
6ix9ine responded by accusing the Prince family of clout chasing. And then we didn't hear anything else about the beef.
J Prince Jr. did his first interview ever yesterday with No Jumper. In it, he addressed the 6ix9ine incident and his silence afterward.
"I had to put a kid in his place," he said. "And as you see, once I addressed the situation, I said nothing more about it because I'm not no lip boxer. I'm not gon' go on social media and back and forth with you. I'm going to check your temperature. And, you know, respect can be shown in a bunch of different fashions. He showed me respect when he come to the Worldstar show. That was respect whether he want to say it or not or the world want to say it or not. It was respect. He respected the power. So, I seen he respected me and I never spoke up on it again."