New Interview: Royce 5’9″ talks “The Allegory,” Lord Jamar, Yelawolf & more

Remy Gelenidze
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Royce Da 5’9″ continues his press-run as he was stopped by Elliot Wilson and B. Dot Miller’s Rap Radar where he talked about new new album, The Allegory, Eminem and Lord Jamar situation, relationship with Yelawolf and Kid Rock and more.

About Lord Jamar

I do not have regrets with anything I said about Lord Jamar. The only thing I can honestly say I would probably switch around is anything I might have said he could have taken offense to in terms of feeling disrespected. I never want to disrespect OGs. I never want to say anything that might come across as wanting to take away from his legacy. I respect him, I respect Brand Nubian. It is just difficult to be able to say that and still disagree with something he might be saying.

About Kid Rock 

It is not like I had to defend Eminem. I spoke about things when my name as mentioned. The only time I challenged him was on Twitter, I challenge him on some cool shit. I felt like I kept it respectful…I do not respect Kid Rock. I feel like everybody should be allowed to say what they want to say and feel how they want to feel. As long as everyone is willing to stand in the center of their truths if they get held accountable. I’m personally someone who is going to hold you accountable if I feel disrespected.

About Yelawolf

I consider Yelawolf a friend. I hold my friend to a certain standard. I do not ask for respect, we give respect and we get respect. If I say something about somebody on a record and I am taking a friendly jab, it is all in fun. He knew exactly what was going on. He did not feel the need to make a phone call or call me and clarify anything. He feels entitled. Just like he reached out to me when the antics wore out, that is the same entitled behavior.

At the end of the interview, Royce also revealed that another part of Bar Exam might happen. Watch the full interview below: 

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