One thing is certain about Prodigy, he is not like most rappers. The Queens emcee has battled many of the most-popular rappers in history and has even traded disses with people he has shared songs with. Last year, Prodigy did not win over many of his peers with My Infamous Life, which featured Prodigy speaking on numerous rappers, including Nas, Jay-Z, N.O.R.E., and Ja Rule.
Prodigy has stuck to his guns, over the years. In 2005, he agreed to join G-Unit, alongside Havoc, as one half of Mobb Deep. Even though Mobb Deep released one album, a failure with fans and critics, under G-Unit Records and ended up dropped, Prodigy still supports 50 Cent. Prodigy recently stated that, in his eyes, 50 Cent can do no wrong.
Safe to say Prodigy would wear G-Unit sneakers upon 50 Cent’s request. However, the same cannot be said for Prodigy and the Jordan Brand. Prodigy does not wear Jordan’s and he explained why during an interview with SneakerWatch.com.
Watch the entire interview below: