Alfamega Denies Validity Of Court Transcripts

The onetime T.I. collaborator alleges the documents released online are doctored.

Things just aren't going Alfamega's way the past few months. The former [artist id="1225081"]T.I.[/artist] affiliate was unceremoniously booted from his boss' Grand Hustle camp in May when it was revealed he had turned state's witness in the past in exchange for a lighter jail sentence. Then, following his dismissal, the husky rapper broke his leg while evading police in his home state of Georgia. He was later arrested.

In July, he attempted to reconnect with T.I. through an open letter. However, it's not known if Tip ever responded. Recently, Alfamega posted a video on YouTube alleging the documents the Smoking Gun posted that outed the rapper as a snitch were doctored. He also maintained he was younger at the time and therefore more mistake-prone.

The document-digging Web site struck back at him late Thursday night when they released the transcript of Alfamega's court testimony in which he agreed to cooperate with the government.

"Do you agree to enter a plea agreement?" a prosecutor asked the rapper. "Have you decided to cooperate with the government?"

Alfamega answered in the affirmative to both questions, according to the transcript of his testimony. Next, Alfamega identified a man as a drug dealer he had purchased large amounts of cocaine from in the past. He also offered information on other criminal associates, the transcript revealed. The rapper also disclosed that he was the father of 13 children from 13 different women.

The man Alfamega turned state's evidence against was later sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking.

T.I. himself was alleged to be a snitch when he struck a deal in his case involving his attempt to illegally purchase firearms in Atlanta on the eve of the 2007 BET Hip-Hop Awards. The rapper was facing serious jail time, but ended up being sentenced to one year and one day in prison after he completed over 1,000 hours of community service.

So when the news about Alfamega broke — who Tip featured on his single and video for 2008's "Hurt" — T.I. took to Atlanta radio and announced his onetime compatriot has been banished from the crew.

"Even though all our artists and employees are asked by us to be honest and open about their past history, at no time did Alfa disclose to me or Grand Hustle what has now appeared in the media," Tip said in the statement he read on air. "He essentially deceived us by failing to fully disclose the truth about his past, and there is no place in our organization for dishonest and misleading behavior. As I have always said, you must take responsibility for your own actions. We at Grand Hustle can not support or condone the blaming of others for our own mistakes. I hope and pray to God, bless his savings plans, but I don't foresee me or my company playing a role in his personal or professional business."