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Dj Drama Answers Back To Jeezy "I could go deeper into his angry reaction to me working with Gucci..."

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Young Jeezy told his side of the story, as to why he and DJ Drama are no longer on speaking terms via a new cover story for XXL. Now, it's the DJ's turn.

While Jeezy claims Drama has changed since he first teamed up with him for their 2005 mixtape Trap or Die, Drama says their falling out stems from collaborations with the rapper's enemy and fellow ATL artist Gucci Mane.

In a statement, released exclusively to Elliott Wilson's, Drama explains his position regarding the drama.

"The tension between us actually started when I DJ'ed his USDA release party (FOR FREE) and I played a Gucci Mane record," Drama explained. "He stormed out of his own party and didn't speak to me for about 2-3 months. Me being a DJ, I was just rockin' the crowd and giving the people what they had been requesting. I don't get involved in that other stuff.

"I could go deeper into his angry reaction to me working with Gucci, but again, I'm a stand-up guy. I'm loyal to those who are loyal to me. I'm not even thinkin' bout Jeezy. Why all the tough talk to the DJ who doesn't say nothin' to him, but he doesn't say nothin tough to the rappers that diss him like Pimp C?" he continued.

"His statement about me trying to charge him $20k for a mixtape is a BOLD FACE LIE," claims Drama. "I never charged Jeezy for nothin'. I did two Slick Pulla tapes (4th Ward Day, Election Day) for free and a Bloodraw tape (The Indictment Papers) for free. Anything Jeezy ever needed from me, I did without hesitation. He doesn't want to deal with the real reason why he's mad."

"I was shocked by his cowardly attempt to try to slander my name in the upcoming XXL article. And what's the most shocking is to see him side with the FEDs in my arrest," said DJ Drama. "Wow, since when did that become gangster?!? I'm chillin', never said nothin' negative about dude. Check his character ... or better yet, ask those around him that he's done dirty. Ask the folks who ain't with him anymore, like Coach K, Twin, his former security Big Sam, or my homie Roccett..."

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