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Queial, who hails from Atlanta’s Zone 1 on the West Side, is the cousin of rapper Slick Pulla, who has a long running feud Waka Flocka.
A video of the confrontation hit various Hip-Hop websites Wednesday as Gucci Mane attempted to shoot a video [watch here].
The Congressmen are signed to Prestige Entertainment, Slick Pulla’s imprint.
The group consists of Queail Nitty, Put on Tone, Lil Cord, Joe Chinks, Juan Don, Lil Bussie, John Doe, Juvey, Donkee Boy, Hoodrich & ISG, TLT Truth.
Queail denied reports that Da Congressman were Crips.
“Not down with no Crip, Not down with no Blood, not affiliated with none of them, but I can say I f**k with everybody,” Queail told AllHipHop.com.
According to Queail, the problem with Waka started because “Waka is not from the ATL period, he’s from the country outside of Monroe.”
When asked if they were among the group of men involved in an altercation with Waka Flocka in Atlanta in the clothing store in March, Queail declined to say, due to legal implications.
“This has nothing to Jeezy, Gucci Mane or none of that s**t. Gucci and Jeezy don’t know nothing about that s**t, don’t wanna know nothing about that s**t,” Queail told AllHipHop.com. “Gucci and Jeezy did they own thang, more power to them. This isn’t about Waka Flocka or none of that. First of all I smashed Waka Flocka for a reason, ya feel me, and that reason was in the streets.”
Mystikal who is known for his hits “Danger (Been So Long),” “Shake Ya *ss” and “Move B*tch,” sat down with Complex Magazine and talks about the height of his career, his stint in jail, and and plans for a return to the music industry.
Although his new album is yet to be titled Mystical stated that he has been in the studio non stop claiming “this album is damn near done and I can tell you, these n*ggas is dead! They in some serious trouble! I just threw an unofficial single out there, ‘I Don’t Like You.’ The b*tch is stupid. It’s just like, “Here, nibble off of this until I give y’all the real meal.”
When asked about his relationship with Master P, who signed Mystikal to his No Limit Records, Mystikal proclaimed “we about to go to New York. They got the VH1 Hip Hop Honors coming where they gon’ be honoring Master p for all his achievements, and we gonna perform ‘It Ain’t My Fault.’ it’s gonna be like a reunion.”