J. Prince issues a warning to drug dealers who dare to disrespect his legacy.

On Wednesday night (July 31), the CEO of Rap-A-Lot Records jumped on his Instagram account to express his disapproval of whoever is responsible for producing a pill with his logo on it in his hometown of Houston. In his post, Prince includes a photo of the purported narcotic in question and explains his gripe with the drug dealer(s) who made it.

"All of my adulthood life I had to avoid being set up by law enforcement and the streets. I vowed with an oath to God in my early 20’s to never contribute to this aspect of the game anymore in my lifetime. So, you can only imagine how I’m feeling about this violation that’s taking place in the streets of Houston with my brand @rapalotrecords on narcotic pills."

"I need to know if the police or the streets are behind this, because it’s a violation. If you are caught making, selling or using narcotics with my branding illegally imprinted on them, you’re in violation and will have bigger problems than just the police. Let the search begin Mob Ties family and friends, get at me with information!"

Prince has his ways of getting to the bottom of issues that concern his inner circle like when he told Drake not to respond to Pusha-T last year. Back in March, the veteran music executive also put out an all-points bulletin when YBN Almighty Jay's chain was stolen by attackers. Prince was successful in getting the chain back, so it feels as if his lastest APB could generate similar results.

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