Video: Juicy J Interview w/ The Breakfast Club

Juicy J talks about ‘Bands A Make Her Dance’, his situation with Taylor Gang, his relationship with Three 6 Mafia, his solo deal, drugs and more.

Previously: Juicy J Interview w/ Cipha Sounds & K.Foxx (Video)


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8 Responses to “Video: Juicy J Interview w/ The Breakfast Club”

  1. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Juicy>>>>>>>>

  2. jderrida Says:

    Breakfast Club interviews recently >>>

  3. Das racist Says:

    ‘Kendrick Lamar hosted an album listening party in Chicago last night, September 24th, for his much anticipated “Good Kid, m.A.A.d City” album debut being released under the wing of Interscope records. Kendrick ended up only playing three songs before he ultimately stormed off of the stage due to intense frustration that the crowd wouldn’t quiet down and offer their complete and undivided attention to his music. Ab-Soul then grabbed the mic and gave Chicago a few harsh words for what he and Kendrick felt was disrespect towards their craft before exiting the event altogether.’

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  4. jderrida Says:

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  5. jderrida Says:

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  6. b Says:

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    At least u know u a clown.

  7. jderrida Says:

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    Continue to be a pussy and hide behind fuck boy tactics.

  8. Captain Planet Says:

    Mitt Romney “is not the face of Mormonism,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says, adding the former Massachusetts governor has “sullied” his faith.
    “He’s coming to a state where there are a lot of members of the LDS Church,” Reid said in advance of Romney’s visit later this week to Nevada, according to the Salt Lake Tribune on Monday, based on a Friday conference call Reid did with reporters. “They understand that he is not the face of Mormonism.”

    Reid, a Mormon, said he agreed with Gregory A. Prince, a Mormon historian who wrote a blog post criticizing Romney in the wake of the Republican’s remarks disparaging the “47 percent.”

    “He said that Romney has sullied the religion that he, Prince and Romney share,” Reid said on the conference call. “And he’s so disappointed that in his words, ‘It’s a good religion and he’s hiding from it.’”

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