Fredro Starr Says He Is Retiring From Rap

Fredro Starr Says He Is Retiring From Rap

After this year, Fredro Star says he will hang up his microphone and leave the rap game.

The co-founder of Onyx remarked on Westside Gunn’s retirement announcement while making an appearance on an edition of The Dr. Greenthumb Show on Thursday, January 5. He then went on to say that it was time for him to leave the game as well.

“You supposed to say: ‘I’m gonna retire.’ You gotta make the comeback. Michael Jordan did it. Guess what? I’m retiring too this year. After this year, I’m done. All jokes in side pocket” Fredro said.

He added: “I’m retiring man. Thirty years of Hip Hop. This is the last year. I’m retiring. Don’t call me for no verses, nothing. I might do a show here and there.”

In response, Cypress Hill host B-Real said that he would be taking a break from rap in 2023. “I’m through. I’ll be back in 2024, but I’m completely retiring this year,” he remarked.

Take a look at Fredro Starr’s remarks below:

Fredo reaffirmed his position by posting a portion of the chat on his Instagram.  “I’m done. thank u hip hop [100 emoji].” Fredro captioned the post.

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