Fiery former Lench Mob member Jdee comes out with a CD that rips Hollywood gangsters off the map. Jdee decides to define what Hood is versus Hollywood. The truth about Ice Cube becomes apparent in his bad business dealing but Jdee offers more of a lesson for upcoming street artists who confuse hood loyalty with imperalistic contracts.
Jdee speaks out in the realest talk ever in his upcoming autobiography, “From the Inside Looking Out”. During the time of the LA riots there were four cases that were effected based on the riots. Jdee’s case was altered causing him to spend his time behind bars for a crime he did not commit. And although we always hear of prisoners professing their freedom, what is unique is that the members of the victim’s family proclaims Jdee’s innocence as well.
Where was Ice Cube during the time of all of this? Ice Cube reportedly asked Jdee to frame someone else in order for Jdee, a street veteran to be out as a reminder of protection for Cube and his Hollywood crew. Lacing tracks with venom and revenge, Jdee gives the street a How to pamphlet on evading the two faces of the Industry. Smile Now, Cry Later is the anthem for this California general. It appears that Ice Cube might have wanted Jdee kept behind bars for more reasons than one.
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