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Jeezy Takes Shots at Def Jam on ‘Me OK’

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Rapper Jeezy may have buried the hatchet with long-time nemesis Rick Ross on the blistering ‘War Ready‘ earlier this year, but he’s still got some issues to air out. The Snowman fed the streets with a new banger called ‘Me OK’ Thursday night (May 8), on which he called out his label, Def Jam.

“When L.A. Reid was in office, made some history up at Def Jam / If Jizzle ain’t dropping n—-, what the f— is Def Jam? / I know you heard how your boy bossed up at Atlantic / Boss s—, might just drop my next album on Atlantic,” he raps over Drumma Boy’s pounding beat.

This isn’t the first time Jeezy has had problems with Def Jam. Last November, the Atlanta rapper accused the label of “playing games” and threatened to leak his album in a series of tweets. Jizzle signed a management deal with Roc Nation later that month, but remains a solo artist under Def Jam.

Jeezy is still hoping to release the follow-up to his 2011 album, ‘TM:103 Hustlerz Ambition’ — whether on Def Jam or Atlantic, we’ll have to wait and see.

Listen to Jeezy’s Song ‘Me OK’

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