During a recent interview with VladTV, Mack 10 partially explained what happened with Westside Connection.
Westside Connection supergroup in 1994 and appeared together on Macks single Westside Slaughterhouse from his 1995 self-titled debut. But after two group albums albums, the trio disbanded in 2005 due to a conflict between Cube and Mack. The rumor was Cubes brother-in-law wound up getting a beatdown. During a recent interview with VladTV, Mack partially explained what happened, noting there was a lot more that went down behind-the-scenes before things got physical. When asked about the incident, Mack said, It was an unfortunate situation as far as what came out of all of that. The stories you heard, most of em what did you hear? Vlad responds he heard Cubes brother-in-law got beat up, to which Mack says, What else did you hear? It aint like that just happened. There was conflict, yeah. But I went to Cube about four or five times before the conflict jumped off and told him to correct the situation. So thats the part that everybody leave out, I think. Nobody didnt intend on starting nothing or nothing even escalating to that level. If you go to somebody five time before it escalate, then you was trying to be diplomatic about the situation. As Mack has stated in previous interviews, he didnt think the conflict was worth splitting up the group. It depends on how weird you wanna be cause if was my wifes brother, I wouldve told him cant fuck my money up and he cant be out of line with nobody Im getting down with, and if you got that big of a problem with him, stay at home, he continued. It depends on how you handled it. My wifes brother wouldnt have stopped shit for me. Me and Cube didnt have no fight or no nothing like that. We had an argument. I thought that was it. Mack added W.C. wasnt involved in the situation. In a 2010 interview with AllHipHop, which has since been taken down, Mack maintained Cubes brother-in-law was ill-mannered at the time. But the number of times Mack tried to squash things with Cube has grown over the years. Basically, I didnt do anything to him and he didnt do anything to me, he said. We had an argument and I guess it was taken the wrong way because his wife was present. If she wasnt there, we would probably still be doing records. His brother-in-law was disrespectful in a certain way. I dont know what kind of dude he is now, but back then he was disrespectful. It was brought to Cube about three or four times before the bullshit happened. If I bring something to you three or four times and you dont do anything about it I mean just because a kid is your kid doesnt mean he has the right to go spitting about anybody. The argument and the brother-in-law wasnt worth throwing away The Westside Connection over in my opinion. When I heard the kiss the ring comment I just had to laugh because thats comedy. Thats where Im at with it. I dont know what hes tripping off of. Watch the full clip above. Subscribe to DX Newsletter Get The Most Important Stories Of The Day Straight To Your Inbox Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! Youre Far Too Kind To complete the subscription process, please click the link in the email we just sent you. Joining Newsletter news on HipHopDX