MTV News spoke with Ludacris after Chingy abruptly bolted Disturbing Tha Peace after claiming he had monetary disputes with Chaka Zulu, a co-owner of DTP who was acting as Chingy’s manager. “This is the first time we hear about his accusations, in a tabloid or through different media outlets, so all respect is lost,” Ludacris revealed Thursday, sitting with Chaka Zulu in New York. “He keeps saying it’s cool. It’s not cool. … It’s completely over. Financially he still is signed to Disturbing Tha Peace, and we’ll do what we have to do, but we don’t want anybody representing the crew who’s gonna make false accusations like that. We have no respect for this individual, basically.” Chingy claims no beef with Luda, and said, “It’s a contract thing. I don’t want to get into that. Me and the management had our differences. Plus I’m trying to develop my business mind. Ain’t nobody going to do for me like I’mma do for me. Ain’t nobody gonna look out for me like I’mma look out for me. I had to step aside, start my own thing.” Read more.
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