DJ Paul says that Juicy J Has Officially Left Three 6 Mafia
Juicy J's manager is not in agreement.
Fans can stop holding the hope of a Three 6 Mafia reunion, according to DJ Paul.
In a conversation with Complex, Paul declared, Juicy J has officially "resigned" from the group.
"He and I had a conversation maybe four months ago," said Paul Complex. "What I said was, 'I'm going to do with Three 6 Mafia and I'm just gonna go ahead with my solo stuff.' His solo stuff has been successful, so I am not shooting. The whole world has seen it coming. He and I have not worked together in many years."
Although the two have not collaborated in years, and Juicy was not part of Three 6 Mafia part of the meeting as Da Mafia 6ix, Paul felt the need to give a definitive statement on the situation.
"It is time to tell the fans because they keep asking," he said. "What you need to know. There is no use in our game, as that's going to happen one day."
Juicy of the manager to disprove the story of Paul.
"He would not resign from the group," Juicy the manager of that Complex. "We are still thinking in the future [to] make a Three 6 Mafia stuff."
Paul says that the group has been offered on pay-days the days of $250,000 or more for the reunion shows, but have always been rejected because the two "could never really see eye to eye on how the business side of it go."
Crunchy Black and Gangsta Boo, the other living member of Three 6 Mafia, were not aware of the conversations between Paul and Juicy.
"I have not spoken with anyone about this," Black said Complex. "I guess I was keeping it a secret, and now that they are going to let it out. Are adult men ... I am not trying to be in the mix of what Paul and Juicy have."
Boo added, "Paul told me I could get back on the road together, less Juicy, and ask[ed] if I was down, I said yes. I don't know what the pillow talk, but I'm always [Three-6] the Mafia, and walk in the name of 'until the end. I did not use the name to throw it away when it is convenient. It made Me who I am today a