Jussie Smollett is a free man, but she is not giving up on anyone who suspects her during her trial! As we reported earlier, Juicy was convicted in March of committing a hate crime against himself and making a false report to the police. Despite his convictions, Juicy maintains his innocence and continues to do so in his music.
Smollett released a nearly six-minute R&B song called “Thank You God …” on Friday, in which he doubled that he was the victim of a gay and racist attack almost three years ago.
“It simply came to our notice then. Race and trace and trace elements of homophobia that lead directly to life. But come back and act like I’m the one who killed that stride. “
“I can’t be crazy. Get my ego out. Some are looking for fame. Some are looking for fame. Some people are running after that power. Just remember it, this is not the case. Do you think I’m stupid enough to ruin my reputation? “
“All I want to do is make my people proud,” he said. Fame is nothing real, you make them feel. For celebrity birds, I’m not a man of steel. “
Juicy revealed that the profits from the song will be donated to the Rainbow Push Coalition, STB Safety and the Illinois Innocence Project, which is run by his family.
Juicy Smollett was released on 150,000 bond because lawyers argued his trial was unconstitutional.
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