According to Michael Jai White, there was a confrontation between Snoop Dogg's and Mack 10's crews in a recording studio. However, the physical altercation didn't showcase any exceptional fighting skills. At the very least, they certainly weren't skills worthy of a professional fighting contract. White, known for his role in Black Dynamite, shared this incident during an interview with VladTV. He mentioned that despite his interest in fighting, he found the situation amusing rather than impressive. White described the scene, saying that there were bulky bodyguard-like individuals posturing. They were making aggressive statements like, "What do you want to do?"
However, White found it comical when Snoop's crew, instead of returning with weapons as expected, brought two pit bulls and commanded them to attack, exclaiming, "'Get em, Sparky!'" The actor elaborated on his amusement, explaining that he finds it funny because many people assume others, especially in bodyguard roles, possess fighting skills. However, he believes that a lot of these individuals don't train in a gym. Nor do they have real experience in street fights. Witnessing such incidents makes him chuckle due to this disparity between perception and reality.
Snoop And Mack 10's History
Snoop Dogg and Mack 10 were not personally involved in the altercation described by Michael Jai White. The focus of his comments was primarily on the security teams and entourages associated with the two rappers. Snoop and Mack 10 have collaborated before. Most notably, they appeared alongside Ice Cube in the song "Only In California." In a previous interview with Bootleg Kev, Mack 10 mentioned that he almost signed Snoop to his Hoo-Bangin Records before Snoop joined No Limit Records.
Mack 10 went on to explain that the paperwork was completed and the deal was nearly finalized. He expressed that if Snoop were a free agent and he was in the music industry, it would be a missed opportunity not to pursue signing the biggest free agent available. Mack 10 likened it to Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, aiming to recruit the best talent in the field. Although circumstances changed, the paperwork had already been completed at the time. What do you think about Michael Jai White's story? Let us know in the comments below!