Juicy J Ignites ‘War’ With Columbia Records After Dropping Diss Track About The Label

Rapper Juicy J of the Three 6 Mafia performs onstage during the Mac Miller: A Celebration of
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Juicy J is fed TF up with his label!

He went on a Twitter rant early Saturday (Feb. 29) morning about being “mistreated” at Columbia Records. Juicy J started his series Tweets with a bold statement saying, f*ck the record label. 


The Three 6 Mafia member has been signed to the label since his group released Da Unbreakables in 2003. Throughout the years Juicy dropped solo albums but feels the label doesn’t “value” him. In the next Tweet he said they treat him like “backwash.”


The hit maker who gave us classic party songs like “Bandz A Maker Her Dance,” and “Sippin’ On Some Syrup,” claims Columbia restricted him as an artist and treated him like a slave. Juicy J referenced Prince’s Artist of The Decade award at The Soul Train Awards in 2000 because the late icon was going through a similar situation with Warner Brothers. 

Juicy J kept his promised and dropped the track, “F*ck Columbia Records.” Take a look at the video he posted:


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