For some time it appeared as if Beanie Sigel had decided to let go his issues with friend turned foe Jay-Z and keep it moving. Well, now that doesn't appear to be quite the case.
The Broad Street bully surfaces in a recent interview with Forbez DVD detailing what he feels was the beginning of the end of their now strained relationship.
"The sh-t stem[med] from a situation from me that happened when Jay-Z's bodyguard put his hands on me not in a manner that was harmful to me, but in a manner where he shouldn't have touched me period," Beans told Forbez. "On a push in the back tip and I addressed Jay about it in front of his A-List company and I guess he ain't like that too much. I think that was the opening of the 40/40 Club, after that I never saw Jay again. I never talked to him again. That couple months went by or whatever, I even tried to reach out to him. It got to the point where you had to get to four different people to talk to Jay."
Two years back Beanie took the rap community by a complete surprise when he began to aim his vicious raps towards his one time mentor citing various reasons for his attacks.
"I don't think there's much a person could say about me," Beanie told Whoo-Kid in regards to how a battle would go between Hov and himself. "My gangster's never been on trial. At the end of the day, what can you say about a real n---a? I ain't never tell on nobody. I was never in an awkward position where I had to curb my manhood. ... Jay can rap. You can't take anything from Jay, but yo, I'm nice, cuz. I'm nice!"
Although Jay never publicly addressed Beanie and barely mentioned him in his lyrics except for a few subliminals on Kanye West's "Monster," Beans is fully prepared to go to war should Hov have a change of heart.
"I got so many records. That's why I'm like, 'Say something — I dare you.' "