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Jeezy pens op-ed about Georgia Senate Runoff races, on January 5, telling Georgia voters that “We can’t fight half the battle and not finish the war”

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Jeezy pens op-ed about Georgia Senate Runoff races, on January 5, telling Georgia voters that “We can’t fight half the battle and not finish the war”

By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Twelve years ago, Jeezy became a surprising voice in politics, when he gave Barack Obama a resounding endorsement. He did this in the form of “My President (Is Black),” which had Nas on the remix. In the music video, there was a cameo from the late John Lewis.

Jeezy dominated the game, from 2005 through 2013, dropping many classic hits, during this span of time. Though Jeezy has struggled to make hits, since then, he has returned to the spotlight. Much of this came with he and Gucci Mane ending their beef on Verzuz.

Outside of ending old beefs, Jeezy has been very active, on the political scene. After Joe Biden won the presidency, Jeezy sat down with him, and his transition team. Now, Jeezy spoke out, in a Rolling Stone op-ed, about the Georgia Senate Runoff elections, letting it be known that Georgia voters can’t fight half the battle, and not the war.

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