A few days ago rumors hit the web that 50 Cent was planning on bailing out incarcerated MC Max B after a tweet from music producer Dame Grease.
In an interview with MTV News, Grease said that he meant no harm with his tweet.
“It was just me twit-talking and sh–, but it kinda got taken all out of context, ” he cleared up.
When Grease tweeted the message the rumors began to spread making it seems as if the producer and the Mr. Jackson actually had a conversation about the matter.
“Me and 50 cent never talked about anything,” he said.
Dame also added he was just thinking (or tweeting) out loud, speculating that if 50 could bail Max out of jail it would be similar to when Suge Knight sprung Tupac from the clink in 1995.
DJ Next, who heads Amalgam Digital, the label where Max B is signed told MTV News that he spoke to Biggavelli this morning and that Max was unaware of any moves being made by 50.
“Basically I spoke to Max this morning, I was on the phone with Max and his mom, and Max hasn’t spoken to 50, not regarding this issue,” he continues. “It comes as a surprise to all of us. It’s shocking that a guy as vocal as 50 Cent would have Dame Grease speaking on his behalf. I can’t speak for 50. I don’t know if he intends to do what Dame is claiming he’s saying. I’m not sure where it comes from, but I can tell you this: Max is still signed to Amalgam Digital. Amalgam Digital doesn’t know anything about it. Max doesn’t know anything about it. So we’re a little confused right now, where Dame Grease is getting this from.”
As of now, Max is still trying to go about getting an appeal.
“Right now Max is going along with the legal process and he is applying for his letter of appeal,” Next says. “He sent in his submission for his letter of appeal. He’s waiting to get a response. That can take a couple of months.”