When Irv Gotti was here he briefly discussed his relationship with Ashanti and if he had any issues with Nelly at one point because of his verse on Rick Ross' "Here I Am." Irv said there wasn't and he didn't feel like Nelly was talking about him on the record.
With Nelly in the studio, DJ Envy took this as an opportunity to ask if he did in fact send subliminal shots for Irv on the song. Nelly said that he wasn't taking shots at Irv and that he's always been cool with him when he started dating Ashanti. According to Nelly, it's always a good thing when you get to speak to someone and they "spoke."
Nelly's new album is in stores now, M.O.
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