Juicy J says Three 6 Mafia is the best group of all time
Who do you think is the best group of all time?
Juicy J believes Three 6 Mafia is best group of all time.
On Tuesday (Dec. 1), the “Bandz A Make Her Dance” emcee took to Instagram to promote his newly released album, The Hustle Continues. “Who the best group ever did it? THREE 6 ……..The hustle continues,” he captioned the post.
Fans took to his Instagram comments to share their thoughts on his opinion. One fan wrote, “Three 6 always been the best.” Another fan contested Juicy J’s comment and named Bone Thugs-N-Harmony as their top group. A third fan named UGK and Outkast as alternate options.
The “Stay Fly” emcees previously announced tour dates back in February, but the Coronavirus pandemic caused their live shows to be canceled. However, on Dec. 11, Juicy J and DJ Paul are planning to hold the first indoor arena concert in the U.S. since the pandemic started.
“@three6mafia IS GONNA BE THE 1ST ARENA CONCERT SINCE THE PANDEMIC! LET’S STAY SAFE AND MAKE HISTORY TOGETHER!! THE GOVERNOR APPROVED!” Juicy J captioned his post. “WE GONNA WEAR OUR MASKS! WE SOCIAL DISTANCING! WE GONNA BE IN GROUPS OF 4 ONLY!! 15% OF THE RUPP ARENA TIX ARE FOR SALE IN LEXINGTON, KY! THIS GONNA SELL OUT FAST! TIX ON SALE NOW @ticketmaster.”
Juicy J recently made headlines by saying he wanted to go head-to-head against Pharrell in a Verzuz battle. “I got such a long [catalog]… I could easily kill somebody in a Verzuz battle,” he said. “I could pull up that old Three 6 and pull up my new catalog and smash you with my middle catalog. I mean, there’s three decades of music… I think you can only play 20 records. I got so many hits.”
He added, “You know what, I’ma tell you something. A match-up: me and Pharrell. He an artist, I’m an artist; he a producer and I’m a producer.”
Check out his post below.
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