Ali Of St. Lunatics Slams Nelly For Owing Him Money

“I’ll say like it could be $90,000 or $70,000,” he estimated. “When that conversation happens I’ll get a check. It’ll be $13,000. Now you’ll be fucked up because what is this $13,000 for? You owe me $91,000. “What did you pay me for? At the end of it, it’s gonna be $66,000 because he’s far behind on the payments.”

The St. Louis resident slammed Nelly for the dearth of communication on his end and then accused an outsider of attempting to split Nelly from the group. Ali furthered to proclaim that he’s “never” going to reunite with Nelly or storm the stage to perform with him again in the future. “A tiger ain’t never gon’ change his stripes,” he said. “I watched it for 20 years and I’m the butt of the joke because it took me 20 years to realize it. I could put a never, ever behind it will I ever hit the stage or do anything with him.”

He summed up: “He has no real raw good intentions for others. Not for us and we’ve all sat together and searched hard to try to find a time that didn’t benefit him. He got $ 50 million, I’m happy for him. That’s what he wants. He wants a billion.” The said ‘$ 50 million’ Ali was referencing is the reported figure Nelly was paid for selling half of his music catalogue back in June.

The sale included eight albums spanning a string of hits, a lot of which played a vital role in promoting 21st-century Hip Hop and R&B genres. Nelly collaborated with HarbourView Equity Partners in the deal to hand over some of his biggest anthems such as “Hot In Herre” and “Dilemma,” among several others.

Story By Edem Latsu Nukafu Writer’s

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