Beanie Sigel Ends Feud With Jay-Z By Apologizing
In October of 2009, Beanie Sigel released his “Average Cat” track which was a diss record aimed at his former boss and long time friend Jay-Z. Sigel told XXL that this track was just the beginning. He had an entire album worth of Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella diss songs but decided not to put them out for the public. Well today he puts all of this beef behind him and apologizes to Jay-Z in his phone call with XXL earlier today. Below you can read the exact statement he gave on the situation. I guess if you can’t beat them, join them. Well in this case, apologize.
What Mike Epps say? ‘Gangstas fuck up too,’” “Whatever I felt this dude Jay did wrong to me, it can’t outweigh the one thing he did do for me – he gave me an opportunity. Dude gave me an opportunity. A lot of people don’t get opportunities. He gave me that. That outweighs everything. I need that in black and white. I got caught in the moment and put my feelings out there. I should have never done that.
Beanie Sigel on Roc-A-Fella Diss Album:
I was explaining the whole Roc-A-Fella shit and a lot of feelings were going to get hurt,” B. Sig said. “I was airing shit out. Just the homies could listen to that when they come into the studio. I couldn’t put that out. It wouldn’t sit right with me.