A embittered former member of Nelly’s crew is claiming that the St. Louis rapper is guilty of unfair business practices for failing to pay his crew. Slo’ Down, who joined the St. Lunatics in 1996, performing as a masked hype man, says Nelly always took the lion’s share of the group’s earnings, but never gave him his fair share.
In a taped interview, which took place in front of a collection of Nelly-related gold and platinum plaques, Slo’ explained, “I might f— around and get emotional talkin’ about how all that money was getting’ split up, s— was crazy … N—-s was eatin’ and I wasn’t one of them n—-s. I was snackin’ … I was lunchin’, havin’ lunch every now and then, and n—-s was havin’ four course meals and ain’t have s— to do with s—.” It’s important to remember that this guy never actually recorded even so much as an ad-lib but yet he feels he wasn’t paid enough. He sounds like a reject video vixen at this point. And why did he wait so many years to come forward with this madness, I mean Nelly doesn’t even matter anymore imjustsayin!