Charleston White Goes Off on ‘Bitch-Ass’ J. Prince: “Suck My Dick”

In response to a canceled Houston performance over the weekend, Charleston White has written a number of increasingly angry tirades directed against J. Prince, his kids, and their associates.

The YouTuber and former gang member’s outburst began on Saturday (February 18), following the spread of allegations that his comedy event had been postponed due to tensions with J. Prince. White uploaded a flier for a youth mentoring session in which he was going to take part in an effort to refute the false information.

He captioned the picture, “The internet is lying. “I didn’t have a show in Houston, and the Houston Police Department @houstonpolice didn’t get in touch with me or cancel anything,” the performer wrote. I won’t be prevented from traveling to Houston, Texas by @jprincerespect or his imaginary Mafia Connections criminals, thanks to @mrs.pap57 and her group Parents Against Predators.

However, after reposting the flyer several times, and tagging some of the outlets and media personalities who had shared the rumors about the comedy show, Charleston White shared a screenshot confirming that Sonia Parker, the organizer of the community event, had in fact been told to cancel his involvement in the event.

Charleston White has made a series of lengthy videos mocking J. Prince and criticizing the Houston Police for allowing him to direct their activities since being removed from the lineup at Parents Against Predators’ Youth Mentoring Day.

White declares that he is ready to “go to war” with anyone, including law enforcement officials, in one video that was published by a Twitter user. White is seen brandishing a number of weaponry in the video.

In the video, he can be heard saying, “Houston Police Department: I see y’all terrified of Rap-A-Lot.” “I see why that boy got killed out there. I now see why they are allowed to carry out their criminal activities in Houston: the cops became overzealous. They seem to be employed by Rap-A-Lot Records and James Prince, in my opinion. That, in my opinion, is what’s taking place there.

The outspoken social media user continued his ferocious barrage of insults toward Prince and the HPD in a second post. He yells into the camera, “J. Prince can suck my dick.” “Gangstas from Mob Ties/Rap-A-Lot can suck my dick. Houston n-gas, you’re welcome to suck my dick.

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I could care less about any of you n-gas with bitch asses. On mine, it says Texas n-gg! This is what I do. J. Prince, shut yo bitch ass up. I’m still babbling nonsense. I forced J Prince to turn on me. On a murder investigation, you are speaking. James Prince, shut yo bitch ass up; and I’m talking to Senior, n-gag.”

Then Charleston White exits the vehicle and focuses the camera on the arsenal he has in his trunk. He proclaims, “I ride around prepared to go to battle with any one of you bitch ass n-gas.” I’m prepared to go to battle with any of you muthafuckin’ n-gas, and I’ve got a vehicle full of goddamn firearms.”

According to HotNewHipHop, White said in a different social media post that the mayor of Houston and a member of the Houston Police Department’s gang unit had personally been in touch with him and that they didn’t want his presence in the city to cause any problems with J. Prince.

As of the time of this writing, neither J. Prince nor his sons have spoken publicly about Charleston White’s frequent outbursts. Sonia Parker, the creator of Parents Against Predators, addressed the controversy on Instagram Live before her event on Saturday.

Without mentioning either White or J. Prince by name, Parker chastised them in the video, which has now been posted to her Instagram account, for “beefing” instead of donating their time and resources to the youngsters in need.