With the rollout for his upcoming album Church In These Streets well underway, Jeezy took his talents to Bristol and was a guest panelist during Molly Qerim, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless’ morning yak-fest, ESPN’s First Take. Unlike DJ Khaled’s never-not-funny time on the show, Jeezy took a much more conservative approach during his time on the show.
As well as speaking on the forthcoming album, Jeezy opined on the recent protests at the University of Missouri as well as the stances professional athletes should take in regards to similar matters, LeBron James, Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers’ 2015 NFL season, Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks, and more.
*blank stare* at Skip saying he’s followed Jeezy’s career “closely” since Thug Motivation 101. If that was Jay Bilas who said that, it would have been more believable…
Baby need shoes, partner need bail money. Bloodhound for the bread, I just smell money. I gotta go to work.
— Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) November 11, 2015