Cedric “Alfamega” Zellers has been quiet since it was revealed that he was once a government informant back in the day. His boss, rapper T.I. and his company Grand Hustle, quickly separated themselves from Alfa by terminating their business relationship and things have been relatively peaceful ever since.
Recently, I received the following email detailing an incident that occurred at T.I.’s Club Crucial that involved two of Alfamega’s kids: Continue Reading…
Alfamega has issued an OPEN LETTER to T.I. regarding all the drama behind his being let go from Grand Hustle. In it, Alfa addresses all the times he’s had Tip’s back and his disappointment in how everything went down. Alfa was once coined “Grand Hustle Muscle” for his obvious devotion to T.I. and his well-being, and spills the beans about all of the altercations he played the strong arm. I actually took a moment to read the letter last night and feel that he’s being genuine and sincere in expressing his disappointment and also in his revelations regarding incidents concerning his family, specifically his 15 year old daughter who Alfa says was confronted at the skating rink by some of Tip’s cohorts.
We all know that Tip is in jail and can’t really fight this battle right now, but Alfa is requesting at least a phone call from his former boss so that they can squash all the drama that’s going on in the streets:
Once this is published, I’m giving you a week to call me. Should you choose to not call me within that timeframe, I’ll know exactly where we stand. At that point, we’ll separate and we can get it off like Muhammad Ali v/s George Foreman in The Rumble in the Jungle. It will be what it is, you on your side of the ring and me on mine. Instead of a boxing ring, it’ll be the studios and instead of boxing gloves, it’ll be me lyrically pounding you.
I dunno what can come of this. I’m hoping for the best cause I know it’s real in the field and I don’t want to see these two Black men battle. Hopefully they can find some common ground and move forward peacefully. Read Alfamega’s full 2 page letter to T.I. below:
“This song, is an apology to anyone from age 8 to 80, that’s affiliated with or in any gang, To every parent (mother or father) that has lost a child to gang violence, every sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin, partner or whomever that has lost a loved one or a friend to gang violence either by death or prison. Even if I never met you or have known you personally, I want to apologize for being the root of the evil that is plaguing the youth of today, & I beg you for forgiveness the same way i would beg GOD to forgive me for every sin that i have committed, because i am 37 years old now, & i have finally become to realize by watching my own children that i wasn’t teaching something positive i was only teaching negatively”.
I would like to end by saying, “Violence Only Begots Violence”,” Lets move to a more positive direction & I sincerly, hope that people understand me & what I am trying to say in this song. GOD BLESS US ALL”.
Check out the newest video from the Grand Hustle camp, Young Dro’s “Take Off” featuring Yung L.A. The song’s title has taken on a different meaning in light of all that whole Alfamega/snitch controversy. Lately these A-Town streets have been buzzing about the whole situation. Word on the street is Alfa may have TAKEN OFF…right into the witness protection program:
Now they say once a federal snitch, always a federal snitch. Soon after Alfa’s arrival in Atlanta, certain rappers and industry execs started getting busted by the feds left and right, and no one was the wiser. Especially T.I., who seems to be a very trusting sort. Bless his heart.
Anyway, now that Alfamega’s cover is blown, AHH’s purveyor of gossip, Ill Seed theorizes that the feds had to ghost Alfa out of town expeditiously. So Ill Seed claims the feds concocted a scheme to bust Alfamega publicly so he could go deep under cover into the witness protection program.
I was just having the same conversation the other day. Having grown up here I’ve managed to experience quite a bit. Over the past few years, Atlanta has grown full of “transplants,” a ton of whom tend to make up their history. It’s amazing how people will just “appear” in your circle from God knows where. Not saying that I’ve ever *cough* kicked it with gangsters…but er ummm. Let’s just say them Feds are some sneaky momo’s…