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Three 6 Mafia rapper Juicy J's ‘Fuk Columbia Records’ features sample of Prince’s 2000 Soul Train Awards speech

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Juicy J Blasts His Record Label on Diss Track ‘Fuk Columbia Records’

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Three 6 Mafia rapper’s slam features sample of Prince’s 2000 Soul Train Awards speech

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The rapper also changed his Twitter avatar to an image of Prince with the word “Slave” handwritten on his cheek, a nod to that singer’s war with Warner Bros. over two decades ago; the “Fuk Columbia Records” artwork also bears the Prince photo, and the track samples Prince’s Soul Train Awards speech from 2000

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UPDATE: Juicy J has pulled the diss track “Fuk Columbia Records” after speaking with his label. “We are all good,” the rapper wrote on Instagram Saturday.

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Reply #1 posted 03/05/20 6:15pm

Rimshottbob

What a fucking moron.

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Reply #2 posted 03/06/20 5:14pm

RJOrion

LOL...

Juicy J: "we are all good"

translation: Columbia Records sent somebody to "see" him
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