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Project Pat Explains Why Juicy J Isn’t Working with Three 6 Mafia n.k.a. Da Mafia 6ix

Memphis rapper Project Pat has opened up and broken the silence on why his brother Juicy J is not working with DJ Paul, Three 6 Mafia and others.

It is well known that Juicy J is a co-founder of Three 6 Mafia along with DJ Paul, so it was shocking to fans and everyone alike to hear that Juicy J was not a part of the Three 6 Mafia reunion group – Da Mafia 6ix.

Everyone from DJ Paul to the late Lord Infamous (who played an important role in bringing the group back together), Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca and Gangsta Boo (who is no longer a member of Da Mafia 6ix) came together for the reunion of Three 6 Mafia, now known as Da Mafia 6ix.

Project Pat sat down with Vlad TV and spoke about why Juicy J isn’t working with Three 6 Mafia as well as touched on the past news that Crunchy Black was kicked out of the music group.

Project Pat basically said that DJ Paul was bringing together somewhat a branched group from Three 6 Mafia – a different clique – much like back in the day with “Tear Da Club Up Thugs” which was Juicy, Paul and Infamous.

The Three 6 Mafia reunion is basically a different clique now known as “Da Mafia 6ix” and Juicy J is not a part of it.

Regarding Crunchy Black being booted from the group in the past, Project Pat claims that Crunchy Black was not kicked out but simply might have been going through something personal, but whatever the case, the group winning the Oscar was “too much pressure” at the time for him [he says Crunchy said].

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