With the Internet buzzing over Three 6 Mafia’s Gangsta Boo announcing a new group album being in the works, SOHH reached out to the Memphis native to learn more details.
Although Gangsta said she was slightly misquoted, Boo admitted a new Three 6 Mafia project is in the works and could possibly feature elusive group member Juicy J.
“I know! I was like, ‘What the f*ck!’ [laughs],” Boo told SOHH when asked if she had a shocked reaction to the Three 6 Mafia album news she initially broke. “I told Paul, ‘D*mn dude, I didn’t know every f*cking blog was going to cover it.’ Honestly, it was kinda like a misquote that Billboard did. It’s all good, there’s no problem with Juicy J. We’re cool, I talked to him. I texted him right after his Grammy performance with Katy Perry. He was like, ‘What’s going on with Lord Infamous?’ He was definitely supportive. Me and him buried our f*cking bad energy and we’re cool. He is one of the CEOs of Three 6 Mafia and he will always be Three 6 Mafia and he’s on the 6ix Commandments and we’re on tour working on the new album and we would love for him to be a part of it. He’s on tour, we’re on tour, so if we meet up in the studio, it’s going to happen. That’s what I said.” (SOHH)
Boo also revealed why she did not go on a rant or try to explain things via social media.
“I was pretty much saying there’s no bad blood. He’s good, we’re good,” Boo added. “I started to try and tweet, ‘Yo, I sort of got misquoted,’ but Paul was like, ‘F*ck it. Juicy don’t give a f*ck. He don’t give a f*ck, I don’t give a f*ck.’ It’s just important for people to know there’s no beef between us.” (SOHH)
Earlier this week, GB broke the news of a new Three 6 project coming together with Juicy J.
“We’re also working on a Three 6 Mafia album while on the road. Everyone’s going to be involved. Juicy J is on tour now too, so we just got to [find time] to get in the studio.” (Billboard)
Recently, DJ Paul talked about Juicy’s presence in the group and their relationship to Sony Music.
“Sony don’t care. Sony barely even knows they got Three 6 Mafia on contract. Sony don’t like gangsta rap music. They just like if you got a hit on your own, they’ll put it out. That ain’t gonna go out and put no money behind it if you ain’t made no hit. We ain’t put an album out since 2008 because they ain’t gave a damn. There’s been so many transitions and they brought in these people from Great Britain.” (LA Weekly)