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It got a little adversarial.” But there are no hard feelings towards Rapaport, according to Tip, who said “Mike is not a bad person at his core.

It’s definitely a certain story.” Tip also clarified that the beef displayed in the movie between him and Phife has since been squashed, and even had Phife call his cell phone while he was live on the radio. C’mon, I’m not a bad guy,” Phife said via speaker when Martinez asked him if all was good between the two.

Martinez said her beef with Williams began after Williams made mention of labeling almost every guy who was popular in the industry at that time an “undercover brother.” “Everybody was gay to Wendy,” Martinez writes, according to Bossip. It took only a few seconds for me to realize that she wasn’t really hitting me back.

In the book, the radio personality who is referred to as the ‘Voice of New York’, recalls that years ago, she and Wendy Williams got into a physical fight.

According to Martinez, the situation started when she discovered that Wendy was making comments about her relationship with Q-Tip. It took only a few seconds for me to realize that she wasn’t really hitting me back — she was just trying to get me off of her.

Like Wendy Williams, Angie Martinez has been a popular radio personality for many years.

The former rapper, now nicknamed the “Voice Of New York,” started out at New York’s popular radio station WQHT, widely known as Over the years, Angie crossed paths with Wendy Williams.

Williams took to her then blog and wrote, “One of my co-workers is dating Q-Tip from A Tribe Called Quest. I guess some women like men who like men.” That was Martinez’s breaking point, she confessed. It was actually kind of funny, even in the moment.” Martinez added that while she has no “ill feelings toward her,” she can’t deny that Williams deserved the fight.

“The truth is that if it wasn’t me it was gonna be somebody else.

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Martinez, who is now a staple at Hot's competitor, Power 105.1, admits that though the writing process was difficult, it was also therapeutic and allowed her to document a piece of radio history.

Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad from A Tribe Called Quest hit up New York radio station Hot 97 yesterday (July 6) and chopped it up with host Angie Martinez about the upcoming Michael Rapaport-helmed documentary, , slated to hit theaters on Friday, July 8, and the current status of the relationship between Tip and Phife. If we wouldn’t be in support of the film it wouldn’t have been out,” Q-Tip said about backing the forthcoming, controversial doc based on the legendary group, adding that his previous dislike of the film has since been rectified with some editing. Two days later they came and worked on the edit.” When asked about Rapaport’s recent comments to New York’s newspaper, in which he accused Tip of being some sort of a diva, the Abstract Poetic said Rapaport has since apologized. We had some issues behind the scene, in terms of the contracts,” Q-Tip explained.

“When I said I wasn’t in support of it on Twitter, the director needed to respect the subjects…

By now, most fans know Wendy has never been one to mince words and, apparently, she’s been that way since the very beginning.

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