Rap artists taunt DEA and two agents by name
From "Gangsta ... [expletive]"
Can't be stopped. Not even by a badge,
[Expletive] J, Chad. It's J Prince and Brad.
There ain't enough ... [expletive] in the states to come stop this Rap-A-Lot mafia ... [expletive], yeah, Ain't enough ... [expletive] in the United States to stop this Rap-A-Lot ... [expletive]
New boots, rat ... [expletive], coming around here making a ... [expletive] case.
Bitch, I ruin your career ...
And I destroy a slew of you ... [expletive] one at a time. ...
From "Look Me In My Eyes"
But I can't get no peace
cause Schumacher's been chasin' me.
Tryin' to set me up. Bustin down my streets.
Lockin'up my dog, to see if he can catch me.
But I don't sell no dope. ...
[Expletive] DEA. ...
NOTES: The artist's real name is Brad Jordan and his label's owner is James "Lil' J" or "Little James" Prince. The agents most heavily involved in the DEA Rap-A-Lot inquiry were Jack Schumacher and Chad Scott.
SOURCE: Dallas Morning News research