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"I always thought it was a family situation," Rob told Thisis50.com, explaining that when he went to prison, no one from Bad Boy even bothered to pay him a visit. "All the people up at Bad Boy, none of them reached out to me. None of them even cared. [...] All those years we spent together? That s--- ain't mean nothing to you dawg? You actually think I'm not your man? That right there told me that n---- was never my man. Ever."
He also spoke on how he brought G-Dep into the game by introducing him to Puff, but Diddy snatched him away from Black Rob and took all the credit. "I had a conversation with Puff like, 'Yo, that's my artist!" he exclaimed. "Even though I didn't have any of the paperwork, he just snatched him from me. That's some sucka s---."
Diddy attempts to defend himself and Bad Boy in the new fall issue of Vibe magazine. "Like, all this year I've heard people say, 'Where's Carl Thomas, where's Black Rob, where's G.Dep? Where are these artists?" Diddy alleges. "And for some reason they go ahead and equate that, cause those artists aren't with me, that I've done something wrong or malicious or conniving. It's something that I do have a problem with because they don't have no proof that I've ever done nothing like that."
Rob also shot down recent comparisons that the hip-hop community has been making of Rick Ross to the Notorious B.I.G., a claim that even Diddy co-signed. "Comparing Ross to this dude Big, it can't happen," he said, reminiscing on Biggie's crazy work ethic. "B.R. said that, Puff."