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KXNG Crooked Quits Slaughterhouse; Updates Their Album "Glasshouse"

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Earlier this week, KXNG Crooked and Joe Budden exchanged words on Instagram, with Joe accusing Crook of constantly subbing him, and Crook telling Joe he still has his number if he wants to talk.

Now Crooked has officially announced he's leaving Slaughterhouse, the rap group consisting of him, Budden, Royce 5 5’9″ and Joell Ortiz.


Slaughterhouse fans are the best fans in Hip Hop I salute you! Thanks for the support! 💯

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"Peace Ya'll. I have a public service announcement. I'm no longer a part of Slaughterhouse. I'm no longer a part of that collective," Crooked explained.

He then said it's nothing but love for Eminem, who put them together, and that he has no animosity toward his now-former group mates. Next he explained why he left and updated their album Glasshouse

"Sober Crook likes to rap and the group ain't rapping no more, and that's fine. It was fun while it lasted. Glasshouse ... I have no clue. All I can tell you is it exists. If it come out, I'll retweet."

How do you think Slaughterhouse will be remembered. 

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