Mixtapes aren’t the only thing Juelz is dropping behind bars. More details inside…
Juelz Santana, Cam’ron, Jim Jones, and Freekey Zekey shaped a hip-hop bunch in Harlem called The Diplomats. A portion of the gathering’s most realized tunes incorporate “Dipset Anthem,” “I’m Ready,” and “This is What I Do.”
While fans may have delighted in the gathering’s melodies with one another, fans are currently hypothesizing if the gathering might be making tunes… .against one another. Juelz Santana, as of now carrying out a two-year punishment for endeavoring to bring a stacked weapon through the air terminal has discharged a mixtape from in a correctional facility titled, FREESANTANA. One of the tunes on the mixtape titled, “In My Life” is by all accounts taking a few shots at bunch part, Cam’ron. The companionship between the two has consistently been being referred to however fans might be tackling the puzzle after Juelz had a few things to get off his mind, that might be about the Paid In Full on-screen character.
“I was the loyalest n*gga you ever met. Now I wish I was a n*gga you never met. This was supposed to be a forever thing. Now it’s just a whatever thing long as the cheddar’s clean. I repped us over everything. Never thought these were the ties I would have to consider severing.”
Another arrangement of verses that fans suspect is towards Killa Cam peruses, “You ain’t building sh*t without anyone else n*gga. You recently overlooked that we as a whole need assistance n*gga. For more awful or for better. Yet, that just instructed me that nothing is until the end of time.”
Kimbella nor Juelz have affirmed if the melody is a real diss to Cam’ron, nonetheless, in any case the rapper has unmistakably had a few things to get off his mind.