Gangsta Boo and Juicy J bury hatchet, hint new Three 6 Mafia
Juicy J has been a prevalent name in hip hop and has had hits after hits after leaving his original group
Three 6 Mafia. There had been hints about dissention between the Memphis crew but it wasn’t
confirmed until Gangsta Boo and DJ Paul were on Power 105’s Breakfast Club until we heard the vitriol
Boo had for J.
“He’s not a friend of mine,” she said thoroughly. Obviously time heals all wounds and they are about to
work on another Three 6 Mafia project.
“I was like, ‘What the f*ck!’ [laughs],” Boo said SOHH when asked if she was surprised to hear the Three
6 Mafia album news she initially broke. “I told Paul, ‘D*mn dude, I didn’t know every f*cking blog was
going to cover it.’
Honestly, it was kinda like a misquote that Billboard did. It’s all good, there’s no problem with Juicy J.
We’re cool, I talked to him. I texted him right after his Grammy performance with Katy Perry. He was
like, ‘What’s going on with Lord Infamous?’ He was definitely supportive. Me and him buried our f*cking
bad energy and we’re cool. He is one of the CEOs of Three 6 Mafia and he will always be Three 6 Mafia
and he’s on the 6ix Commandments and we’re on tour working on the new album and we would love for
him to be a part of it. He’s on tour, we’re on tour, so if we meet up in the studio, it’s going to happen.
That’s what I said.”
by Kyle Bostic