J. Prince Comes to Son's Defense as He's Accused of Abandoning Takeoff's Body After Shooting

The music executive sets the record straight as he and his family faced backlash following the Migos star's death, especially after they held a memorial at the location where the rapper was killed.

AceShowbiz - J. Prince is clearing up his son's name. The music executive has defended J. Prince Jr. amid allegations that the latter abandoned Takeoff's body after the shooting incident in Texas.

The 58-year-old offered his two cents when appearing on the "Givin Them the Business" podcast. He claimed the viral video of his son walking by the late Migos member was just a small glimpse at what was really going on.

"You know one of the biggest lies that was told - he walked by Takeoff body as if he was heartless and didn't care," the CEO and co-founder of Rap-A-Lot explained. "And in reality, Junior, my cousin Michael that's here with me, they was there with TakeOff from the beginning to the end."

"Even when they walked by, they took three seconds of an hour and some situation when Mike and Junior was walking by," J. Prince continued. "He actually went in the restroom to wash blood off his hands [from] when he had reached up under Takeoff head to pick him up and his fingers went in it."

J. Prince and his family have drawn backlash following Takeoff's death, especially after they held a memorial at the location where the rapper was killed. One Twitter user in particular argued, "You would've thought J Prince Jr died but no…. This entire memorial is BS."

"J Prince should be ashamed of himself," another raged. "why tf would you put y'all name in flowers at a Takeoff memorial site? Go tf to hell!!!"

J. Prince did not attend Takeoff's funeral. However, he honored the emcee by placing hundreds of roses outside 810 Billiards and Bowling. Doves were also released in the latter's honor.

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