Update 04/01/2021 5:27pm:
OJ Da Juiceman followed Waka Flocka’s response to his podcast interview with a series of insults directed towards Waka and his mother, Deb Antney.
“D*** in the booty a** n**** you a whole h*e, p**** a** n****,” OJ Da Juiceman said in an Instagram Story post. “You ain’t on no gangster s***. N**** ain’t neva seen you do nothing gangster p**** a** n****. You a whole h*e, n****. F*** you talking ’bout, n****? You and your weak a** mama. F*** both of y’all.”
He continued by claiming that Waka DM’d him to say he wanted “no smoke” prior to publicly speaking out against him. OJ also clarified that he was simply telling his truth on the “Big Facts” podcast and doesn’t need to rap for money.
“Not one time did I come on that motherf****** show talking ’bout I need some money back,” he added. “You know I already came in the game with paper, b**** a** n****! You need to rap for money!…you used to be a n**** bag boy, c’mon man. C’mon man you wasn’t no hitman, you was a hypeman.”
Neither Waka Flocka nor Deb Antney has responded to OJ Da Juiceman’s latest remarks.
Original 03/31/2021 11:30am:
Waka Flocka took to Instagram to call out OJ Da Juiceman for claiming that he was never paid for his debut album, The Otha Side of the Trap. The project was released on January 27, 2009, and featured songs such as “Make tha Trap Say Aye” featuring Gucci Mane, “Cop a Chicken,” and “I Be Trappin’.”
OJ Da Juiceman told the “Big Facts” podcast hosts, “These folks hit me with, to let you out this contract, for you can be free, you gotta let us have everything from The Otha Side of the Trap for your life and ten years after your life.” He added that he couldn’t sue for the royalties from the project, but his children could try to 10 years after his death.
OJ then took responsibility for signing the alleged bad deal without doing his due diligence, and he added that he left Antney’s Mizay Entertainment because of the situation.
Waka Flocka responded to OJ Da Juiceman on Instagram, saying that OJ knows who stole from him, and he told OJ to “stop putting that on my mama.” Waka then followed up with another video calling men “lame” for “crying about who stole from ’em,” which you can view in full up top.