Today, Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album, “Faith” was released. This project contained 20 tracks, with star-studded appearances from Kanye West, Pusha T, Future, Pharrell, Takeoff, 21 Savage, 42 Dugg, and more. This is also the second consecutive July that an album from Smoke was released posthumously.
Now, one of the late Brooklyn rappers close friends, Mike Dee, is speaking out about the Faith album. He claimed on Instagram this afternoon that he wasn’t involved in this project at all, due to the fact that he didn’t even know it was planned. Dee initially found out online about these plans to do so.
“For anybody saying why did I let anybody drop this or that,” said Dee in his Instagram stories. “I had no involvement in my dawgz album didn’t even kno a album was dropping until it got broadcasted on this internet shit I’m upset my damn self at it cuss I know he wouldn’t even want this like this.”
Dee was also with Smoke in Los Angeles last February, when Smoke was shot and killed. Earlier that day, the two took photos in the car they were using, along with the Airbnb home they were renting out, which belonged to former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Teddi Mellencamp, and her husband, Edwin Arroyave.
Check out Mike Dee’s IG post about Pop Smoke’s album below.