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Juelz Santana Misses The Old Days Of Def Jam


Last week, XXL reported that Def Jam artist Jeezy called out his long-time label on Twitter.  Jeezy expressed his frustration with his label tweeting “N—-s @ @DefJam keep playing if you want” while threatening to prematurely leak his album sometime before Christmas.

It seems that one of Jeezy’s fellow label-mates at Def Jam share similar sentiments regarding the state of the label. Juelz Santana took to his Instagram page this evening to post a screenshot of a couple of Jeezy’s critical tweets of Def Jam. Santana re-posted a tweet from Jeezy that said “where @LA_Reid when u need him #RIPShakirStewart” seeming to indicate that he missed when former Def Jam President L.A. Reid controlled the ship at Def Jam.

“SMH #SadButTrue it’s like being In Bed Wit A Bad Bi$$h But Can Fuck her,” Juelz wrote in a caption on the Instagram in seeming support of Jeezy’s comments.

While Juelz Santana has been with Def Jam for over a decade, the Harlem rapper has not released a full-length project since 2005′s What The Game’s Been Missing!  His next mixtape, God Will’n 2, is scheduled to be release soon.

You can see a screenshot of Juelz’ Instagram posted below.



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