Shyne and Diddy Never Talked

10 Oct

ShyneAfter serving eight years in prison, Shyne was finally released on October 6. At the time of his arrest, in 1999, Shyne was a promising young rapper, but his time behind bars tremendously hindered his career.

Eight years later, the entire landscape of hip hop music has changed, but a lot of rappers still had things to say about Shyne being released. Nothing but positive feedback was given to Shyne as his release date neared.

Surprisingly, Shyne’s former boss, Sean “Diddy” Combs, also spoke on the situation in a positive light. Diddy said that he was glad that Shyne was close to being released and that the two had even talked over the phone while Shyne was in prison.

This came as a shock to many, because most people believe that Shyne took the fall for Diddy during the altercation. The two had even been feuding ever since Shyne was sentenced in 2001. Shyne had nothing positive to say about Diddy since his time in prison, so many were surprised at Combs’ remarks.

Maybe the news was a little too good to be true. Shyne has finally hit back at the statements made by Sean Combs. He said that no conversation ever took place because Diddy never called, even if he had, Shyne would have not picked up the phone.

Shyne went on to call Diddy a liar and said that the supposed conversation was a figment of Combs’ imagination. He said that Diddy never visited and he would never accept a visit from him. Shyne said that the only way that he would do any of that was if he stepped up and did the right thing for all of the victims involved in the incident.

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  1. Sean Combs : Biography, news, pictures, videos - October 11, 2009

    […] Shyne and Diddy Never Talked Hip Hop Vibe – PeopleRank: 1 – 22 hours ago …Sean Combs. He said that no conversation ever took place because Diddy never called, even if he had, Shyne would have not picked up the phone. Shyne went on to call Diddy a liar and said that the supposed conversation was a figment of Combs’ imagination…. + vote […]

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