The Aftermath: Gangsta Boo Says There’s No Bad Blood With Juicy J
Gangsta Boo was excited when Three 6 Mafia co-founder DJ Paul called her, asking that she reunite with other original members to create the new group, Da Mafia 6ix. "I've always had a certain level of love and respect for Paul," she told Yahoo! Music's The Aftermath. "I've been knowing dude since I was like 14." She's looking forward to working again with Paul, Lord Infamous, Crunchy Black and Koopsta Knicca.
Three 6 Mafia co-founder Juicy J is the only original member who has not committed to the new project. But she says there's no beef. "We don't talk about him, it's about Da Mafia 6ix," she said about the "Bandz Will Make Her Dance" rapper now signed to Wiz Khalifa's Taylor Gang label. "It's no bad blood between the other members."
During part two of her three-part interview with The Aftermath, Gangsta Boo explained what prompted her in 2001 to temporarily adopt a more positive persona – changing her name to Lady Boo, refraining from using profanity and rapping about negativity.
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