Juicy J spoke out on the decline of the Memphis Three 6 Mafia group. He identifies excessive drug use as the destructive agent of the group.
The verzuz has been trying to vary its content recently. After the Call of Duty video game part, the livestreaming program, opposing rap icons, presented on November 18 a special female table for this festive period on the side of the United States of America. Chaka Khan and Stephanie Mills embellished the holidays in the United States of America with battles that viewers of Verzuz TV enjoyed watching . With Hallmark Mahogany on display, this edition had allowed fans to create a handwritten note in a card for this holiday season. After this edition, all eyes are now on this Thursday, December 2, 2021.
A few hours before the first Verzuz issue of this last month of the year 2021, voices are raised to express themselves on the two protagonists of December 2.
After more than a year of delays, cancellations and false promises, the Verzuz will finally know an opposition between the groups Three 6 Mafia and Bone Thugs -N-Harmony.
The diagnosis of Juicy J
This December 2, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony from Cleveland, Ohio will face hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia from Memphis. This last group was the subject of discussion between Juicy J as guest then Nas and Miss Infos on their podcast The Bridge: 50 Years of Hip Hop. During the talks, the rapper-producer spoke about the group ups and downs of Memphis. For him, the Memphis torchbearer group has experienced a decline due to excessive drug use. ” From heroin to methamphetamine through cocaine, all kinds of pills “, he began by saying to designate the substances that he thinks of the group’s career killers. He continues based on his experience with the group. ” A lot of drugs were used while we were together. When everyone was sober and shit everyone was on the same page But when cocaine is involved things change. But I’m not pointing a number at anyone. ”
Juicy J is sure of his diagnosis and does not intend to look elsewhere for the reason for the decline. “ People weren’t showing up in the studio. Business was crazy, everything is collapsing… it was drugs, ”he said.