Gillie and Wallo are facing a million dollars worth of criticism after their interview with J. Prince and his sons on their wildly popular podcast, “A Million Dollars Worth of Game.”
Presumably, the purpose of the interview was to give J. Prince and his sons a platform to speak their truths about the events surrounding the tragic death of Migos rapper, Takeoff.
Takeoff, born Kirsnick Khari Ball, was fatally shot on November 1 while attending a birthday celebration for J. Prince Jr. at 810 Billiards & Bowling in Houston.
J. Prince, who was prepared for the interview with a police report in hand, shifted the blame for Takeoff’s murder to Willie Bland, and he had Gillie read the police report as evidence to support his claims.
Gillie and Wallo gave their best efforts to conduct the interview in a space of truth and respect, but all of that was thrown out the window with the baby and the bathwater when J. Prince looked into the camera and issued a direct threat to Offset for allegedly speaking negatively about him.
The full interview is available below.
Fans of the show have taken to social media to share their disappointment and outrage over the interview.
One person commented, “Highly disappointed man. Y’all were about getting black men & boys away from th streets & all the bs. Why invite a man/family that moves off violence & whatever darkness on y’all platform? Tf are they doing for the community?”
Another person wrote, “Y’all let him threaten a grieving family.”
The duo’s credibility has now been called into question.
A fan commented, “When you realize Gillie and Wallo ain’t so real cause there’s no way they thought interviewing these clowns specifically about Take-Offs death was okay ?! His family is grieving still.. wtf like I’m just blowed the level of disrespect man.”
Read more reactions to the interview below.
Sometimes it ain’t worth it.
Gillie and Wallo’s interview with J. Prince and his sons didn’t give what they thought it was going to give and not only did it come across as wildly disrespectful to a family that is still in pain and grieving – they allowed a direct threat to air on their platform.