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Prodigy continued his book tour two days ago at Howard University and Barnes & Noble in Washington D.C. At the latter location, he was also joined by Dr. Michael Eric Dyson. My Infamous Life out now. thisis50
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The saga begins. Prodigy called Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97 last night to promote his autobiography, My Infamous Life. During their conversation, he also responded to Capone‘s viral diatribe.
[vodpod id=Video.4211443&w=540&h=350&fv=] ForbezDVD got an exclusive clip from Capone in response to Prodigy’s snitch allegations. Looks like this isn’t going to end well. And so the saga begins.
Prodigy and journalist Touré were down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass yesterday for P’s signing of My Infamous Life. Blow! was on hand and documented the occasion. Sidebar: TechieNYC shot flicks.
Prodigy appeared on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club morning show today to promote his book, My Infamous Life. He spoke on an excerpt in which Capone of C-N-N was accused of snitching. Moments later, N.O.R.E. called in to defend his partner in rhyme.