Young Jeezy spoke to Billboard's The Juice on his recently released track, "O.J.," which seems controversial, but Jeezy says it's not.
"It's basically saying, 'What you know about champagne every night?' 'What you know about all these women every where?' 'What you know about sleeping on the bed shit?' If you don't you need to know. You need to get on the grind.'"
He also talks about the highly hyped track "I Do," saying,
"Adding Jay-Z and 3000 to the record to me I just wanted to hear what their version of âI Doâ was. For Jay he was whipping up the Mercedes and the four and that baby and that made sense. Andre 3000 his idea was heâs standing in the club talking to this chic and he really want her,â said Jeezy. âAnd so it just kinda came together as a great record but the initial idea was let me tell them that, âTil death do us part. And let no man separate what we create. For better or for worse Iâmma be here. I ainât going nowhere.ââ
Check the interview below.