Conway The Machine says that he regrets his prior comments on his previous contract with Griselda Records. Appearing on Math Hoffa's My Expert Opinion podcast, he denied rumors of a rift among the members of Griselda. He went on to call Westside Gunn and Benny The Butcher his "family."
"It wasn't nothing there, it just looked like it on the surface," Conway The Machine explained. "I think fans just ran with certain dickhead shit I done said and did in interviews. Certain fan theories that just led to the assumption that them boys is fighting and at odds."
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"Honestly, I operated out of my feelings," Conway continued. "My brother ain't deserve that shit, man. West ain't deserve that, none of that shit that I was doing, saying in them interviews, man. I want to just be very clear: nobody owes me a penny, nobody stole nothing from me. West and them, Shady Records, nobody, all my business was on the up and up."
He added: "When I was saying in The Breakfast Club interview, how I didn't read the contract and all that shit, it wasn't coming from a place of idiocy. It was out of loyal that I didn't read that shit. That's my brother. I ain't gotta read nothin.' I know we good. That's what that was."
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The comments from Conway come after the release of his new album, Won't He Do It. Westside Gunn is featured on the project for the track, "Brucifix," further laying to rest the idea of any animosity between the two. He also worked with Benny The Butcher on the song, "Brooklyn Chop House."
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