Who Is J Prince Jr? Twitter Criticises Mob Ties CEO For Strolling Past Takeoff’s Dead body!

Who Is J Prince Jr
Who Is J Prince Jr

Who Is J Prince Jr? According to CNN, on November 1 at around 2:00 a.m. local time in Houston, Texas, Takeoff, a rapper with the group Migos, was fatally shot. An argument arose between the rapper (actual name Kirshnik Khari Ball) and his uncle and bandmate Quavo during a dice game.

When police arrived at the private party at 810 Billiards & Bowling, they found Takeoff mortally injured. There was a lot of focus on J Prince Jr., who was present at the bowling party, while the hip-hop community mourned Takeoff’s death.

About The Founder Of Mob Ties: Who Is J Prince Jr?

J. Prince Jr. established the Houston-based streetwear company Mob Ties (an acronym for “Movement of Bosses Together In Elevated Structure”) in 2002.

His father, music industry tycoon James Prince, established Rap-A-Lot Records in the ’80s. His sibling Jas Prince is the CEO of a record label, while his sibling Jay Prince is an employee of Prince Boxing.

His Instagram page claims he represents the artist Finesse2tymes, whose new single “Humble” has just been released. This single’s music video also stars J. Prince Jr. The restaurant that J Prince Jr owns and operates is located in the heart of Houston’s downtown.

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J. Prince Jr. discussed his hometown and his father, James Prince, in an interview with Dazed Digital. ‘Never forget where you come from,’ my father constantly reminded me, Jr. told the publication.

Nothing beats being able to return to your hometown and motivate, inspire, and have an impact on the next generation of locals, as one person put it: “There’s nothing better than being able to come back to your neighborhood.”

J Prince Jr revealed in an interview that famous rappers like Chris Brown and Drake had attended his birthday parties in the past.

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For Jas Prince’s birthday on October 31, Quavo and Takeoff traveled to Houston. Quavo posted a video to Instagram Stories in which he and Jas Prince, along with two other people, ride in a convertible.

J Prince Jr. reportedly claimed on Instagram that he, Quavo, and No Cap were on their way to a bowling party with American boxer Shakur Stevenson. J. Prince Jr. had earlier written on his account, “Bowling party tonight at 9 o’clock. Please contact me for further information.

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