Atlanta rapper Jeezy can continue focusing on music-making after dodging a hefty $5 million lawsuit Friday (October 30) in Georgia.
According to reports, a jury pulled for Team Jeezy in a legal dispute over a man claiming responsibility for helping the “Snowman” blow up.
Jeezy was in an Atlanta courtroom on Friday for his legal battle with Ellerbee Demetrius, a man claiming to be Jeezy’s bff since ’95. Demetrius says he’s the one who helped Jeezy establish himself in the music biz, and in return he said he was owed money from at least 4 of Jeezy’s albums. (TMZ)
Earlier this week, Jeezy’s Church In These Streets album tracklisting surfaced online.
A few weeks ago, Jeezy released a documentary in support of the new album.
Complex is premiering a video documentary to build anticipation for his tour that’s making stops in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and more. The 24-minute visuals was created during his Seen It All Tour and includes an interview with him talking about life on the road. (Complex)
Barring any changes, Jeezy’s new tour will start in New York City this November.
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