The recent Joe Budden Podcast with both Joe Budden and Royce da 5’9” which dropped on the 13th March. Two days after the ‘Rise and Fall of Slaughterhouse’ album was released by KXNG Crooked and Joell Ortiz.
This podcast really shows the petty and fragile the egos of the rap group is. Royce came late into the podcast. After Joe had owned the building like he always does and his co-hosts are mediocre side-kicks. Which we knew would happen with Ice and Parks after ditching the predecessors on the Joe Budden Podcast.
Seeing how they call it “unsupervised” and mock the dress-code of Joell in the music-video. That just shows how Royce is unhappy with it. The same is Joe Budden. They are calling out the roll-out and the album itself. Saying its’ weak and that they didn’t address it hard enough. Even saying they were “short-sighted” of them.
What I am hearing from this one was very little new information. Only that they weren’t in it. Royce seems like he don’t want to take responsibility for his part of it. Alas, just push it all on the other members. While he is not saying anything bad about Joe. That seems weird to me. As he blames the others. Just like he did on IG Live last week.
It is interesting to see that Joe and Royce are more sour about the brand and the logo ish than about the music. These two are more in sync of the roll-out and how the messages was spread ahead of album. Because, to them the Slaughterhouse brand lost value…
Alas, nobody cared about Slaughterhouse for years. Just like Joe didn’t work or put the time in for anything else than his Network. That’s why as a fan to listen to his whining on the podcast does no good. Royce doesn’t to cool either. He is on his D12 bashing days in concern to the duo who made their own album.
Royce said he was “insulted” and lost “sweat equity” is also weak tea now. We know his been busy on his own. Working on Phryme and own albums. It is not like these two gentlemen is sincere about the will or worked for any joint projects. Especially, when we heard what the other two rappers tried to do.
Joe Budden spoke with a lying tone on there about not “hurting his people”. The man who don’t honour contracts, neither in Def Jam or Shady Records. While he throw Mal and Rory under the boss. While Joe will not address the contracts and possibilities that was created in the 10 year of no music.
Royce said he now wants to “protect himself and his energy” from Crook and Joell now. Where he has to hide from “narratives” and be the “bigger man”. Now it is clear that he wants to distance himself from them. Joe even called it a “slimy shit”. That shows what is really happening behind the scenes.
As a fan this is proof of the total destruction of Slaughterhouse. This Episode of Joe Budden Podcast proves this. Royce and Joe shows that they had no intention of doing anything. They were undressed in public and didn’t like it. Royce wanted to be the big-man, but not take responsibility. That is evident of listening to it.
Royce is clearly not vibing. Trying to act all out and Joe is his own self. Nothing has changed. The album only amplified it. Peace.