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Beanie Sigel Posts Jay Z "Forever in My Heart," Future Fabolous Collaboration & Philly Copycat



Beanie Sigel has been in a "real recognize real" type of mood lately; showing love to Jay Z on Instagram with a "forever in my heart" post, expressing his desire to collaborate with Fabolous, and how present Philly rappers are copycats.

Sigel is still speaking The Truth, revealing exactly how he feels on Instagram and during interviews.

Recently the South Philly native showed much love to Jay Z (Sean Carter) in a post mentioning the former Roc-A-Fella Records owner/Def Jam president and his crew.

The 42-year-old shared a photo of himself on Instagram holding up the The Dynasty: Roc La Familia sign and captioned it with a special message.

"This is ROC-A-FELLA 4 life !!!" wrote the "Remember Them Days" rapper. "Can't touch what you can't feel real recognize real ... "Crew love" forever in my heart [100 emoji] none before it none to come."

It's nice to see the two have hashed out there differences after Sigel expressed his discontent toward Jay for not releasing him from his Def Jam contract years ago, as reported by MTV,

There was also some bad blood between the men for not properly promoting his album in the past to which Jay responded, "I don't know what more you can do for somebody," explained Carter according to MTV. "What people choose to do when they attain of success ... at some point you have to look in the mirror, and look at yourself."

But time heals all wounds and Sigel and Carter have moved forward, even performing together on stage last year during Jay's first Tidal B-Sides Concert.

Sigel spoke on doing more collaborations with Carter during his XXL interview, but nothing has surfaced as of yet.

In the mean time "Beans" has been working on new music of his own with the hopes of releasing his project, Still Public Enemy, and working on the Kiss To Mac joint project with Jadakiss.

Other future collaborations will hopefully include Brooklyn rapper Fabolous, whom Sigel described as a "spitta."

"I need that Beanie Sigel Fab [album cause] he talk that talk," explained Sigel. "I'm a lyricist dude so I like the spittas. Fab is a spitta, always been."

Sadly, Sigel doesn't share the same admiration toward present day Philly rappers who he said is making "Philly look bad right now."

"Philadelphia to me right now - this is part of the reason I want to put out music - I love my city to death, but right now, this my point of view, I don't know how anyone else feels, but Philly look bad right now," revealed the State Property star.

"As far as the ones that representing... it's looking crazy. We don't do that. We never did them, we did us. I think Philly right now is doing them, meaning [copying] other people instead of doing what Philly do," he continued

Fans will have to sit tight and wait for Sigel to drop his new project to see and hear "what Philly do."

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