Jeezy Gives “Real Talk” on Delaying Jail Release

By Lora Neng
September 10, 2014

jeezy mugshotIf staying in jail could be made honorable, Young Jeezy fit himself into that tiny possibility. The Georgia rapper appeared on Power 93 Chicago to talk about being incarcerated when authorities discovered an AK-47 blankault rifle on his tour bus.

“I really can’t speak on it a lot, but I will say that me and my crew should have never been detained,” Jeezy said in the interview. “A lot of people asked me why did I sit in there so long. The truth to that is I’m a boss, but at the same time I’m a real person. And it’s like those people on that bus…Two of my bus drivers, which they was well over 55-years-old. My camera man. Some of my manager’s people. They bust they blank for me on this tour and I refused to leave up out of that jailhouse without them coming out with me.”

TMZ later reported that the AK-47 was identified as being registered to the head of security, who was in a hospital bed from gunshot wounds suffered in crossfire aimed at Suge Knight during a pre-VMA party nights before. While his label posted bail for Jeezy, his crew mates were not paid such privileges. They stayed in jail together from August 24 to 28.

Photo credit: Mountain View Police

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1 Comment for “Jeezy Gives “Real Talk” on Delaying Jail Release”

  1. Joey Cross

    “The truth to that is I’m a boss”

    Then you best get your jigaboo blank back to Popeyes and fry dem chickens!

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