(WorldWide Entertainment TV *Writer The Venom*) Breaking Wreckords Radio contacted WWETV 6ix and dropped a scoop. Drake recently shot a music video for a song that is still unknown. The Toronto rap star became a meme because some people believed he was not feeling safe shooting a video in Marcy projects in New York where Jay Z grew up and was the inspiration for classic hip hop albums such as “Reasonable Doubt”.
There were some old school hip hop fans who believed that in the 1990’s an outsider such as Drake would not have been comfortable shooting in projects that Nas, Mobb Deep, and Wu Tang Clan were from.
Breaking Wreckords Radio got an exclusive interview with Dehaven. For the uninitiated, Dehaven is a person that associated with a young Jay Z and at the age of 17 would make $100,000.
During that time, Marcy projects was very violent and in this exclusive interview below, he expresses his thoughts on why Drake filming in the hood was disrespectful.
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