After an aggressive marketing campaign, Jeezy's sixth studio album Church In These Streets is here. Jeezy preaches his gospel solo for the most part, opting for no other rappers to partake in the sermon and inviting only Monica and Janelle Monae to join him at the lectern.

On "Forgive Me," a cut from the project, Jeezy speaks on the controversial death of his friend Pookie Loc for the first time. Loc was shot by Gucci Mane during a home invasion at the height of the 2005 beef between Jeezy and Gucci. Pookie was later found dead near a school in Decatur, Georgia. "Rest in Peace to Pookie Loc blame it on me never snitchin'/Lord knows I aint send the homie on no dummy mission," raps Jeezy. The former Trapstar annotated the lyric on Genius and wrote, "I never spoke on it over the years it's something that bothered me because I felt I was never able to explain the situation because that's against the G-Code. I just wanted to put that in the air like, 'Lord knows I would never send homie on no dummy mission.' I got too much love. But as a real G and a real man, I'm gonna let it stay where it's at. You can make your assumptions, throw your rocks and stones as you may."

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