Common is opening up about his past feud with Mack 10 and Ice Cube.
It started when Ice Cube thought Common was dissing him on the Resurrection single “I Used To Love H.E.R.”
Cube fired back with a jab on “Westside Slaughterhouse” from Mack 10’s self-titled debut, and Common ultimately got at Cube with “The Bitch In Yoo.”
Later, when Common and Mack 10 ran into each other, Fat Joe intervened.
Common said, “That brother kinda saved my life. Fat Joe saved my life. So, after the beef with Ice Cube and Mack 10, the beef we had, it got settled by Minister Farrakhan. You know Cube, my guy, but I had to go for mine. We doing this Sprite commercial. It’s like a voltron commercial where they take an artist from each region.”
He added, “Fat Joe was representing the East, Goodie Mob was representing the South, I was representing the Midwest, and Mack 10 was representing the West Coast. Beef been squashed, everything’s good”