Pimp C Was Ready to ‘kill’ Hurricane Chris’ Team Over ‘a Bay Bay’ Remix Exclusion

Pimp C may have been cut from Hurricane Chris‘ smash remix “A Bay Bay” featuring The Game, Lil Boosie, Baby, E-40, Angie Locc and Jadakiss, but it wasn’t without a fight.

On Saturday (April 29) Hurricane Chris sat down for a conversation with MATH HOFFA, where he discussed how the popular remix came to be, along with his biggest regret, yet.

“This how the remix come about,” he began. “A million people send verses in. Everybody in the game. But my relationships with Birdman, Lil Wayne, um Boosie — people that I respect on the West Coast were E40. The people I respected over here [East Coast] were Jadakiss.”

“So, I had a verse from everybody. From everybody you could think of in the world. But the West Coast, I like people like the Game. So, I was only able to pick a few people,” he added of narrowing down verse selections. “I had Baby, The Game, E40, Jadakiss, Boosie, Angelo from my city — on the remix. But, it really was the entire industry that sent me a verse.”

“If I were to play you all the verses right now it would be everybody in the rap game from Jamaicans to Spanish people to Pitbull to Beanie Man — for “A Bay Bay.”

But, when it came down to cutting acclaimed producer and rapper Pimp C from the remix, the “Halle Berry” rapper revealed it wasn’t his call or that of his CEO Brain Leach — who was in the studio with him at the time — but Pimp C’s A&R who made the final call. “That hurt my heart. Still to this day. I regret the fact that Pimp C ain’t on ‘A Bay Bay’ bro,” Hurricane Chris shared.

“And guess what? The A&R that Pimp C sent the verse to got killed. I ain’t even got the verse,” he added, throwing his hands up.

“I heard it like two times. When Cam said he wasn’t rocking with it, I said ‘Cam you’re from New York. You ain’t from the south. No matter how you feel about this, Pimp C is very influential and we cannot take him off this record.”

“Number two, he said he gone kill all ya’ll if you take him off this record,” he said jokingly.

According to the Louisiana rapper, Pimp C pulled up once he learned he was cut from the track. “He called me the day he found out he wasn’t on that remix and said ‘Chris where you at man? I’m outside I know where you at. Tell them n***as to come outside mane. We finna slaughter them bitch ass n***as.”

When asked how the beef was resolved, Hurricane Chris revealed “it wasn’t resolved because Pimp C died not long after” the incident. On December 4, the 33-year-old, real name Chad Butler, was found lying on his bed at the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood, after he failed to check out. The coroner’s report ruled the death was “due to promethazine/codeine effects and other unestablished factors.”

Meanwhile, Chris’ interview comes on the heels of him being found not guilty of a murder charge stemming from the 2020 murder of 32-year-old Danzeria Farris Jr. In March, the lyricist was found not guilty on all counts. In addition to second-degree murder, he was slapped with illegal possession of a stolen 2016 Mercedes-Benz.

“I wanna thank God, my attorneys at the Washington & Wells Law Firm, and my family for standing with me as my life was on the line,” the rapper said in a statement to The Shade Room after being acquitted. “They wanted to give me life if I was found guilty. Now I can hug my son and think about raising him to be a man.”

He added: “This situation drained me and affected my health greatly. God, I give you all the glory. I got my life back and words can’t explain how I feel. Thanks to everyone who wished me well.”


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