DJ Paul Pressures Juicy J To Move Forward With Three 6 Mafia Reunion

The dispute over a Three 6 Mafia reunion continues to play out within the public. Just a few months after DJ Paul claimed Juicy J formally left the group, the 2 sides are as soon as once more exchanging phrases about reuniting interviews and social media.

The newest back-and-forth spawned from a latest Juicy J interview with Zane Lowe. During the dialog, the Memphis rap pioneer mentioned he’s down for a reunion, contradicting Paul’s earlier claims.

“I imply, I like these guys after we began one thing, you understand?” he mentioned. “I’d like to do one thing with these guys, man. We simply want to take a seat down, you understand, determine it out. But it’s all good, no dangerous blood, all love. I like all these guys.”

Paul caught wind of the interview a DJBooth article and responded in an Instagram submit.

“@juicyj Then What We Waiting For?” he requested. “Any Longer Then We’ll Have To Call This Album #TheFinish Aswell Love Bro #Mafia Ya!!!! #SeniorCitizenStudios.”

In August, Paul claimed Juicy J mentioned he was finished with Three 6 Mafia.

“Me and him had a dialog perhaps 4 months again,” Paul informed Complex. “What he informed me was, ‘I’m finished with Three 6 Mafia and I’m simply gonna hold shifting ahead with my solo stuff.’ His solo stuff has been profitable, so I wasn’t tripping out. Everyone has seen it coming. Me and him haven’t labored collectively in years.”

Crunchy Black and Gangsta Boo — the opposite residing members of Three 6 Mafia — weren’t aware about any dialogue between Paul and Juicy.

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