Rapper Jeezy (also known as Young Jeezy) has a new album out called “Seen it all” and one could only wonder if he really knows that he hasn’t seen it all YET because He faces legal Action from Bishop T.D. Jakes. On “Jeezy’s” new remix to a song entitled “Holy Ghost” the song is loaded with his Jeezyness as he is talkin about sex, promoting black on black crime, he makes references to women as “hoes”, boasting of his money, and several uses of the “N” word but the begining of the song features a clip from one of Bishop TD Jakes sermons:
Touch somebody and say ‘I’m still on fire.
I’m under attack, but I’m still on fire.
I’ve got some chatter, but I’m still on fire.
I’ve got some threats, but I’m still on fire.
I’ve got some liabilities, but I’m still on fire.
It’s not amazing that I’m on fire.
I’ve been to hell and back, but I’m still on fire.’”
In a special note posted on Bishop T.D. Jakes Facebook Page, T.D. Jakes Ministries addressed the song :
SPECIAL NOTICE: The ‘Holy Ghost’ remix by Jeezy featuring Kendrick Lamar was produced without the knowledge or consent of T.D. Jakes, TDJ Enterprises, Dexterity Music or its associated companies. We are taking the necessary legal actions to stop the unauthorized use of T.D. Jakes’ intellectual property.
Post your thoughts below. Do you think it is more offensive that Jeezy used a clip from TD Jakes sermon on the remix? Or that he references the “Holy Ghost” in the song period?