Seattle, WA – Macc Dundee has been a heavy topic of conversation this week after he reemerged with not only two new singles — “Like Me” and "Get It Right" — but also an interview with The Northwest Mecca Radio. During the conversation, the Seattle super rapper admitted he was hurt over the "Like Me" track he did with J-Shep and Hurricane Chris.
Evidently that’s all water under the bridge.
On Friday night (April 13), Dundee tweeted, “He apologized. Y’all can stop torturing him now. The Generous King FORGIVES. When he told me what y’all were doing in them comments I fell TF out. Love you guys tho. Dundeal For LIFE.”
Dundee explained to The Northwest Mecca Radio's iCizzle that she felt “ambushed” by J-Shep.
“With ‘Like Me’ I kind of felt ambushed,” he explained. “J-Shep is my brother. I loved J-Shep. At the time, I went on Twitter and I explained how ‘Like Me’ came about and people were saying that I was lying. So I texted J-Shep and I said, ‘Can you back me up on this? Cause I don’t want people to think I’m lying’ and he didn’t back me up. He texted me back like ‘I would go on Twitter and back you up if you were my brother lol’ and that hurt because I love him. And there are certain rappers that I call my family — J-Shep, A-Train Gang, KG3 The Most— and so J-Shep told me ‘I’m not gonna go on Twitter and address that shit. If I do an interview then I’ll address it.’
“I was like ‘dang’ because it hurt my feelings because I can be slaughtered and not one person will step in to say the truth. They will run with that lie because it’s entertaining. To make Macc seem like a bad guy.”
But on Saturday morning (April 14), Dundee doubled down and shared a video to Instagram of him hanging out with J-Shep at the studio in Seattle, Washington. They were joined by Kemo, KG3, A-Train Gang, Young Flames and iCizzle, among others.
In addition to his new singles, Dundee also appeared on J-Shep’s "Lately" which he teased earlier this week.