Edo. G Bans Joe Budden from Boston
The situation arose when Budden, who was in beantown performing at his record release party, allegedly threatened a crowd of people onstage, which included show promoter Edo. G of "I Got to Have It" fame.
"All y'all who don't have anything to do with the show, get the f--- off the stage." Budden said, according to Boston radio personality DJ On & On. "I know how to fight, if you want," the rapper continued, adding insult to injury.
Edo. G. made a statement on the radio, following the incident, saying "Honestly if I wasn't a promoter on that show, and I was just a host, he would have caught it. Joe Budden would have caught it, period."
He then went on to request that Budden issue a public apology, or risk being "No longer welcome in Boston."
Both Boston's hip hop scene and Joe Budden have a long history of beef with rappers, so we'd recommend that both sides just forget this ever happened and look to the future, cause they're not getting any younger.
UPDATE: Joe Budden responds here.