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Koopsta Knicca responds to Crunchy Blac’s diss & RapTV’s Joe Gotti sets it straight

In yet another episode of the on-the-edge public access show entitled RapTV, ex-Triple 6 Mafia member Koopsta Knicca speaks bluntly about his dislike of Crunchy Blac's recent comments from the previous RapTV episode.

July 10, 2004 - (Memphis, TN) In yet another episode of the on-the-edge public access show entitled RapTV, ex-Triple 6 Mafia member Koopsta Knicca speaks bluntly about his dislike of Crunchy Blac's recent comments from the previous RapTV episode. "When the Smoke Clears went platinum, Da Unbreakables only went gold. Big difference!!", states Koopsta Knicca. "There is no more Triple Six Mafia without me and Gangsta Boo, there's only Three 6 Mafia." Koop tells his fans to be on the lookout for his upcoming release and to not worry because he's still 'on the grind.'

TV host Joe Gotti closed the show by clarifying any doubts that he has beef with anyone and says he's only the host of the show RapTV which provides Memphis rap artists a means of being heard. Joe Gotti also stated he will give anyone the chance to come and be heard on the show except Tommy Wright. Gotti says he has beef with no one and only can't stand the haters who sit at home and hate on everyone for no reason at all. He ended his statements with displaying his weapon of choice and papers of arrest showing to those who accused him of showing the tv episode of Crunchy Blac over and over again that he had nothing to do with that, because he had no time to think about TV while 'on lock down' at 201 Poplar.

If you missed this week's episode or the last week's episode, then you can tune in to RapTV every Saturday at 9:30PM on Channel 17. But be advised, Joe Gotti warns all that RapTV is not for everyone, he states that he has been 'putting it down' for TV for a long time and his show will stay straight underground and RapTV fans can immediately see that his show is not like the other shows who claim to be underground. Last but not least, Gotti boasts that he's not the King of the Underground or the King of Memphis, but he is definitely the King of (underground Memphis) TV.

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