Seeing as how it's called MySpace, you'd figure people would have no problem finding a little niche of their own on the networking site. But not Fabolous.
"When I first got hooked up [on MySpace.com], there were already 19 Fabolouses on there," the Brooklyn MC said. "I had to make a code name, they had my name so many ways. Not even a fan page — n---as was saying they were Fabolous. So we hooked up with the people who run [MySpace.com] and shut all them n---as down."
Fab said he got control of MySpace.com/Fabolous and all the friends that were originally registered to it. Fabolous responded to the impostors with a dis freestyle posted on his page.
"Might give you the chokehold, like Kobe got from Raja Bell," he raps. "You shooting e-mails, you a Internet thug/ You a MySpace addict, caught on Internet drugs."
"Yeah, a bunch of mini-me's," he laughed. "I guess they were doing it for the chicks or whatever you can get out of it. They was probably getting all types of free sh--. But I had to shut that sh-- down. You never know what n---as is doing with your name."
When he's not online, Fab said he'll be recording his next album, which he hopes will drop sometime in October.
"I'm going to do a lock-in period," he said of the recording process. "Sometimes you get a track and just work on that track then get another track and work on that track. What I did was get a bunch of tracks and we gonna go down to Miami and just see how many records come out of it. Usually that other way is a little slower for me. It takes a longer period of time. So I will try a different approach. Hopefully it'll work for me. I been chillin' for so long, holdin' some stuff in."
Besides Miami, Fabolous said he might make some music in Las Vegas for a change of pace. Fab begins his full-throttle recording process Wednesday, but he already has one keeper from a previous session: A Jazze Pha-produced track.