By Stranga The Great
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
While Jeezy made a name for himself with his club anthems and drug dealing tales, he is known to get political, too. By 2008, the country was in despair and it looked like another form of The Great Depression was on the way. But, the hope-inspired messages of Obama helped to bring optimism, prompting Jeezy to make “My President,” his hit single.
During Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign, Jeezy made another version of “My President” in support of the man of “change.” This showed Jeezy’s propensity to make records that really impact the culture. With everything going on in Ferguson, of course Jeezy would have an opinion on it.
Jeezy recently caught up with Karen Civil and they talked about some things, with Ferguson being one of them. Giving his take on things, Jeezy unsurprisngly wasn’t pleased with the outcome. He went on to speak on a lighter topic, his upcoming joint album with his longtime playa potna, T.I.
Watch the entire interview below:
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