It turns out that Styles P and Jadakiss of The L.O.X have forgiven J-Hood, a former member of their D-Block crew. If you've followed their mixtapes then you're very familiar with the name of the group and are well aware of J-Hood.
Many years after the breakup, many still wonder if J-Hood still leaves a bad taste in the mouths of The L.O.X since he jumped ship to pursue a solo career.
Styles and Jada are very aware of the struggles J-Hood experiences since labels and A&R's are hesitant to work J because of the fall out. They wish that he'd get signed and get a "360 deal or something" with a label because they don't resent him for what happened.
Do you think that the labels will try to work with J-Hood after the interview?
Here's the full interview:
BONUS: J-Hood rapping with The L.O.X in D-Block.
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