Jeezy Discusses Illuminati, "Seen It All: The Autobiography" Album Cover
"If you don't understand something," Jeezy says, "you should read about it."
Jeezy says that people who claim that the cover for his Seen It All: The Autobiography album suggests that rappers are puppets of the Illuminati are misinformed.
“I think that anybody that believes in that, that’s just your fault for just having ignorance,” Jeezy says during an interview with the Rickey Smiley Morning Show. "If you don’t understand something, you should read about it. I don’t think that something’s that visual would make somebody just be attached or a part of anything. I think that’s something you’ve just got to be with.”
The Georgia rapper also says that he’s not a member of the Illuminati.
“I don’t know,” Jeezy says, "but I’m quite sure if there was Illuminati, they wouldn’t let me in there.”
Regarding the release of Seen It All: The Autobiography, Jeezy says the project has a theme.
“This album is kinda to empower the youth and other people ‘cause they gotta go through the same thing I went through,” he says. "It’s almost like you give ‘em head’s up.”
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