(AllHipHop News) Young Jeezy found himself in hot water this week when the Atlanta rapper was arrested for having an illegal firearm. However, Jeezy's current legal situation will not prevent him from releasing his upcoming Seen It All album on its scheduled date.
A rep for Jeezy tells AllHipHop.com that the LP will still be available on September 2 as planned. Seen It All includes the singles "Me OK" and the title track featuring Jay Z. Other guests to appear on the project include Akon, The Game, Rick Ross, Boosie, Future, and August Alsina.
AllHipHop broke the story that Jeezy was taken into custody prior to his "Under The Influence Tour" stop in Irvine, California. Police allegedly discovered an assault riffle in the possession of the CTE boss. Five of Jeezy's associates were also arrested on gun related charges.
Reports suggested that Jeezy was involved in the shooting of concert promoter Eric Johnson that took place backstage at the Silicon Valley stop of the tour. Johnson was reportedly shot multiple times and later died at a hospital.
Mountain View, California Police have confirmed that Jeezy, nor any of the other people arrested, have not been charged with Johnson's murder.
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