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[vodpod id=Video.4294159&w=540&h=350&fv=] Continuing his conversation with ForbezDVD, Pone addresses Prodigy’s snitch claims and taking the stand against Havoc’s brother, Killa Black. To hear him tell it, his testimony prevented Black from doing some time.
Ask and you shall receive. Prodigy revealed last week on Twitter that he and Havoc were working with the L.E.P. Bogus Boys. And yesterday EASTSIDESTEVIE caught them with P at Infamous Studios in NYC. Here’s to bridging the gap. fsd
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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.