Don't be fooled by the tough guy attitude. A lot of people are saying that J-Hood puts up a front; he's just a softy hiding behind a "gutter" rap image. So it's only right he heads for no other than the offices of G-Unit. After all the lyrical trio did for him as far as giving him a career (forming D-Block), he turns around after being released from the label and runs to the nemesis. Hot 97 DJ Funkmaster Flex called all of this a publicity stunt. And says he won't be playing Hood's records.
"I aint gonna lie. I got nothin to lose. You feel me I can't get no lower than where I'm at right now in this point in my life in my career you know. So... I said I take that chance and go see them [50 Cent] if they all try to pull some crazy stuff they just try to pull it I'm ready... Any situation has to be better than the situation that I was in."