Juicy J Responds To Katy Perry’s ‘Soft’ Drake Remarks, Airs Out The Real Culprit [Video]

Juicy J Responds To Katy Perry’s ‘Soft’ Drake Remarks, Airs Out The Real Culprit [Video]

Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J has come forward to speak out on recent remarks shot by Katy Perry in reference to Young Money’s Drake and singled out the media for blowing her comments up.

Despite the speculation and buzz Perry sparked, Juicy assured fans there are no issues amongst them.

“I think everybody loves everybody, I think everything is cool,” the Memphis rapper explained. “I think a lot of people take comments and they try to switch them all up in certain kind of ways, but Katy, she loves Drake, Drake is a cool guy. Everybody’s cool man.” (REVOLT TV)

The Juice Man also criticized media outlets for not fully giving the context behind interviews.

“These days, there ain’t too much going on. It’s a lot going on that [the media] could be talking about, but they only want to do the stupid ignorant stuff that don’t even make sense,” Juice added from the red carpet. (REVOLT TV)

Calling into New York radio station Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club,” Perry recently joked about Drake being a softie.

“I’ve worked with a lot of people that have done little pieces on songs and not that they have egos, but Juicy’s the kindest. He’s like the most kindest, empathetic, sweet, I don’t want to make him out to be softer than Drake. [laughs] I love Drake. He’s like my secret diary. … Can I go back to Drake? I really love Drake, so get off my D. No, listen, I just don’t understand why he ‘doesn’t’ stay at the Intercontinental.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Last fall, Drizzy spoke out on being perceived as a lonely person.

“There’s a victorious sentiment behind it, you know? I think the most important thing to understand about this record is the sentiment. I’m 26, working as hard as I possibly can with my friends that I grew up with, making my family happy. I’m so sick of people saying that I’m lonely and emotional, associating me with this longing for a woman. I hate that, man. It bothers me so much, because I do make music that feels something but I’m actually not that guy in real life. I’m a happy person. I make my music for the purpose of driving at nighttime.” (Q Radio)

Check out Juicy J’s interview:



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