Larry Hoover’s son speaks on the end of Drake and Kanye West’s beef.
Earlier this week, we finally saw the end of the long-going feud between Kanye West and Drake, as the two reunited in the Toronto rap star’s mansion. The reunion also had guests like Dave Chappelle, J. Prince and more. J. Prince is the main link who helped both the rappers put their differences to rest. J. Prince previously linked up with Kanye West, who requested Drake to shake hands to join the movement of freeing Larry Hoover. “What a beautiful night I had last night in Canada. Let’s make history December 9 Free Larry Hoover Concert,” said J. Prince.
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Now, Larry Hoover Jr reacts to the reunion of two rap giants for his incarcerated father. “Everything is good and it’s happening at this point. It’s happening. December 9th you will see them together and we’ll all advocate for Freeing Larry Hoover,” he said. “We are gonna get the word out to as many people as we can and then the words will go further from there. We gotta let the powers that be know that we want Larry Hoover in our community. That’s gonna be a big way to do it. Plus we want to show people of other communities that we can come together in peace.”
Larry Hoover’s son also released a statement on the death of Memphis rapper Young Dolph, who was shot dead in his hometown on Wednesday afternoon. “We don’t need Young Dolph situations. These guys should be superstars that we can love and look up to. We don’t need any more of those, period.” he stated. “He met my mother and what have you, but I haven’t met him, some of my people have. But regardless of that, we don’t need that to happen not from entertainers, not from young men in the streets. He stands out in the community. He made it. There’s no reason for him to be murdered in the streets. He’s the one who could help take people out of the streets. We shouldn’t be taking guys out of the community who have been helping the community.”
Larry Hoover Jr., who featured on Ye’s Donda album, complimented Drake as a “leader” who might have a significant influence on his cause in an interview with TMZ published Wednesday.
“Drake, you’re a leader and leaders make decisions that people follow,” he said. “And man, this would be big. This is like Michael Jackson and Prince, the one we never seen. It’s gon’ be a ripple effect. We need togetherness and peace in this hip-hop community. We need togetherness and peace in our communities all throughout the United States. Be the leader and show, lead by example.”
Watch it below.