A big debate for rappers is if they should check-in when visiting an outside city.
J Prince recently spoke on it and says that's "sucker sh*t," and the police paint the picture that they are extorting people when they come to Houston.
While Prince says they don't make people "check-in," west coast rapper Swifty Blue says they do, and him and his crew can hold you down for a cool $25,000.
Swifty says not one rapper has been robbed, checked, attacked or anything while under his protection.
Would you pay Swifty Blue for protection?