DJ Many Upset With Dallas Cowboys' Greg Hardy Over Rap Album Controversy

By Jason Fletcher
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Twitter/USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys‘ defensive end Greg Hardy is denying that a rap album that dropped on July 23 was his. He claims that DJ Many, who produced the album titled “Governing Past Dues,” stole some of his old work, edited it, and then pretended to be Hardy himself.

The truth is that Hardy skipped out on paying DJ Many the $40,000 production invoice for the album, and has been dragging DJ Many’s reputation through the mud on social media.

As you can see from that picture, DJ Many is the owner of the album, which has eight tracks. According to DJ Many, Hardy requested that he fly out to Miami to work on the album the week that Hardy got arrested for domestic assault in May of 2014. The two talked on Monday, Hardy got arrested on Tuesday, and then met up in Miami on Friday to work on the album. After the trip, Hardy paid for DJ Many’s flight back to Kansas City, but he put him in coach, which was a huge sign of disrespect.

DJ Many and his lawyers have been trying to talk to Hardy for over a year, but he refuses to answer their phone calls. The money is not the issue here — it’s about the reputation of a budding superstar in the music industry. With Hardy spreading lies about DJ Many, it puts the 22-year-old at risk of damaging his young career.

Currently, DJ Many is working with former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Anthony Smith to produce his first rap album. In the past, DJ Many has worked with Sleepy Brown from Outkast, and he’s collaborated with Academy Award winners Three 6 Mafia. While he loves his work as a producer, his true passion is performing on stage.

“Performing on stage is a humbling experience for me. Everyone’s watching you. You get all this energy. It’s like another world of pure happiness.”

As we have seen in the past, Hardy is not a reputable person, and it’s obvious he’s the one in the wrong. Support DJ Many by buying his album, and visiting his website This kid’s already had myriads of success at such a young age, but the best is yet to come. Don’t let false accusations from one the worst human beings in the NFL destroy DJ Many’s career.

Jason Fletcher is a Senior Writer for Follow him on Twitter @JasonFletcher25, “Like” him on Facebook, or add him to your network on Google+.

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