J. Prince linked up in L.A. with French Montana and reputable figures from the Bronx such as guys named Hocus 45th & KT to secure the recovery of YBN Almighty Jay’s chain that was taken from him a few weeks ago in NYC.


  Rap-A-Lot founder & Houston legend J. Prince sent a message to everyone from the Bronx yesterday (March 11) on Instagram, demanding the return of the Rap-A-Lot chain that was stolen from YBN Almighty Jay in a vicious beatdown in NYC earlier this week.


  It wasn’t long ago that Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince provided a “courtesy call” message directed at Diddy, Suge Knight, Birdman and Lil Wayne. The…

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