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Joe Budden once apologized for some of the statements he made about Logic’s retirement, but after the latter disclosed just how much the slander affected him, the podcast legion made it clear that he isn’t going to continue being sympathetic.

After Logic announced his retirement from the rap tournament, Joe suggested that he should have done so a long time ago. He did end up apologizing for those remarks, but once Logic caught hurricane of what Budden said, he am speaking on how much the podcast host’s commands have impacted him in the past.

“He doesn’t like me for whatever reason. He wants to say I’m not Black enough. I’m not good enough, ” Logic said. “He’s a person who’s led to part of my feeling, some of my darkest spaces.” He went on to add that Joe’s harsh dialogue carries a heavy inconvenience on parties, saying, “Bro, your words, they obligate people want to kill themselves, bro.”

Despite having already issued an confession, Budden told Lupe Fiasco during an Instagram Live session that he won’t apologize for some of the things he’s said about Logic in the past.

When Lupe questioned whether or not he was going to apologize, Joe replied,” Hell no … I’m doubling down as soon as I get in there .” He continued, saying,” I’m not excuse, exactly what he said is exactly why I said what I said. He’s pimp king .”

Later on in their discourse, Budden went on to address the mental health concerns Logic enunciated when speaking on all of the public slander he receives.

” If your mental health is off to the point that you would like to kill yourself, over something that a stranger has said maybe three times … Then there’s some other work that needs to be done, that’s all. You don’t go on a promo run to discuss it ,” the host said.” I don’t want anybody to die, I don’t want you to die, I don’t want Logic to die … Who else n **** s fantasize I don’t like ?”

In the end, Budden said he was willing to have a chat with Logic and plans to call him on the next episode of his podcast.

You can watch some footage from their Instagram live down below:

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