(AllHipHop News) Young Jeezy has never been shy when it comes to talking about his life. Yet, with TM103: The Documentary, Jeezy bares his heart, life, and soul at the feet of the industry, but foremost, the streets.
Last night (December 1) in Atlanta at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, Young Jeezy screened his new film, TM:103 The Documentary on two screens to a receptive audience.
The film, which also comes inside of the album, is funny, while still poignant as Jeezy talks about his life.
Its deepest moments are when he talks about his mother. The two had a relationship that was beyond tense, and in his early teens, Jeezy, then just Jay Jenkins, Jr., left his mother’s home after an altercation where she pulled a gun on him.
Yet, his mother, Sharon Jenkins was present at the screening, and the two sat side-by-side for the entire film.
From his life as a drug hustler – a life that started at 11 – to his success as a rap artist, no subject is untouched, including his beef with Gucci Mane and his affliation with Big Meech and Black Mafia Family.
TM103: The Documentary also features appearances by Jay-Z, Diddy, Rihanna, and T.I., and is narrated by Samuel L. Jackson.
Thug Motivation 103, the album and documentary are in stores December 20.