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Jeezy: ‘It’s me and Pac, that’s it’


During a recent interview with Hot 97’s “Ebro In The Morning,” veteran emcee Jeezy took the opportunity to express how he differs from everyone else in the game today.

The “Seen It All” rapper says he now on a mission to become a leader for the youth and that the only other person in hip-hop that can compare is the late great 2Pac.

“I can’t prove anything to nobody in this game,” Jeezy declared. “Ain’t nobody in this game got my credentials. It ain’t nothing [sic] to talk about. It’s me and Pac. That’s it, leave it there.”

When asked where his big homie and frequent collaborator Jay Z fit into the equation, Jeezy says Hov is on a different level and more business-minded than he and Pac, who represent on the revolutionary side.

“Hov is a businessman, but me and ‘pac were more so on some revolutionary leadership,” says Jeezy. “Don’t get me wrong — Hov, that’s my G. At the end of the day, I respect anything he do [sic], but he’s a boss. He makes boss moves. But you have somebody like me and Pac, we’re always on the ground level trying to motivate and inspire the people with my music.”

Jeezy’s fifth major label album Seen It All: The Autobiography is scheduled to drop on Sept. 2.


  1. connie r. on August 11, 2014 at 10:59 am

    Oh yeah? And how many times did he go to broadway to see Holler if u hear me? If he was so tight did he do anything to support tupac vision?

    • Myrica on August 12, 2014 at 9:55 am

      He didn’t say he was BFF with Tupac he just stated that they both had the same visions and goals.

  2. 5aiah on August 13, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    Yeah because Tupac Shakur built a career off the drug lifestyle and its allure. Yeah the Snowman and Pac have a lot in common……