On the day of his latest album ‘Church In These Streets’ dropping, Jeezy finally gives us the story behind what happened in 2005 between him, his close friend Pookie Loc, and Gucci Mane. Hit the jump.

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At the pinnacle of Jeezy and Gucci Mane’s violent feud in 2005, Gucci shot Jeezy-affiliate Pookie Loc to death. Gucci got off the murder charge with his legal defense stating “self-defense”. Now on the track ‘Forgive Me’ off his latest offering ‘Church In These Streets’ , Jeezy sheds light on the situation with his bars:

“Rest in peace to Pookie Loc blame it on me never snitching / Lord knows I ain’t send the homie on no dummy mission.”

For over a decade there have been rumors that Jeezy sent his boy Pookie on a mission to rob Gucci, but Jeezy has denied this countless times over the years and reiterates himself in the song.

Jeezy has shied away from speaking on the incident but clarifies with Genius:

“I never spoke on it and over the years it’s something that bothered me because I felt I was never able to explain the situation because that’s against the G-Code.I just wanted to put that in the air like, ‘Lord knows I would never send homie on no dummy mission.’ I got too much love. But as a real G and a real man, I’m gonna let it stay where it’s at. You can make your assumptions, throw your rocks and stones as you may.”

Cop ‘Church In These Streets’ here to hear Jeezy’s story.