Or was it when Chingy thought he ain't need Ludacris?
His Next album, found out that that was ludicrous
Chingy said they said there was money issues with Disturbing The Peace and the way his career was being handled, Chingy also said he felt he couldn’t grow beyond being number two as long as he was with Disturbing Tha Peace.
“I started my own label, Slot-A-Lot records,” he said. “And I had a crew who I wanted to push too. I wasn’t really doing that. I don’t want to stay down here. I’m trying to grow. I’m trying to elevate, so I’m trying to kick things off."
Luda said this,
"That’s ludicrous,” Ludacris laughed when asked whether there was any jealousy toward Chingy.
Chingy’s album sales fell dramatically and eventually rejoined DTP.
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