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 Jay Jenkins (born September 28, 1977), better known by his stage name Young Jeezy, is an American rapper.

Birth name Jay Jenkins
Also known as Snowman, Mr. 17.5, Young Jizzle
Born September 28, 1977 (1977-09-28) (age 30)
Origin Atlanta, Georgia United States
Genre(s) Southern hip hop, gangsta rap
Occupation(s) Rapper, songwriter
Years active 2000–present
Label(s) Corporate Thugz Entertainment, Def Jam
acts U.S.D.A., T.I., Akon, Young Buck, B.G., Bun B, Juelz Santana, Trick Daddy, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross
Website Young Jeezy at Def Jam

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Life and career

Early life

Jay Jenkins was born in Columbia, South Carolina.


As an infant Jenkins and his family relocated to Duncan Block, a neighbourhood in Macon, Georgia (75 miles south of Atlanta). He eventually moved to West Atlanta’s 4th Ward between late 1999 and early 2000.

Jeezy has described his childhood as “empty”. He has made innumerable references in his music to his previous occupation as a cocaine dealer, although he rarely provides details of his childhood in interviews. Also, according to his lyrics, which may or may not be factual, he has or had an uncle named Grady.


This portion of his life, remains highly veiled and subject to much exaggeration in order to increase his street reputation. However, there is no doubt that Young Jeezy was involved at least to some degree in the illegal cocaine trade, and he is affiliated somehow with the slightly defunct Black Mafia Family.

Personal life

Young Jeezy has a 10 year old son who is often mentioned in his lyrics, along with his son’s mother, who is not on good terms with Jeezy. He was arrested after an alleged shootout involving some of his friends in Miami Beach, Florida on Sunday, March 12, 2006. He was charged with two counts of carrying a concealed firearm without a permit, however, he was acquitted over lack of evidence. Though many people believed he is related to fellow rapper Yung Joc, he cleared the rumor up by telling the media that he is not related to the fellow Atlanta rapper, though they are friends. Both rappers are known for their slow, southern flow. After Hurricane Katrina, Young Jeezy opened his house to the victims in an effort to help them have a place to stay.

In the early hours of September 29, 2007, Young Jeezy totaled his Lamborghini when it was hit by a taxi crossing Peachtree Street, outside of Justin’s, Sean Comb’s restaurant in Atlanta. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported his claim that this gave him “a new appreciation for life.”

Toyz N Da Hood

Jeezy is doing his part to make Christmas memorable for Georgia youth by presenting a week-long toy drive and charity event series with his Corporate Thugs Entertainment family with the first annual Toyz N Da Hood toy drive. The series, which will present 1,000 toys for 1,000 kids at various locations in Atlanta,  with the  Christmas Kickoff from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. at Club Miami. The toy giveaway will take place at the Old Fourth Ward Community in Atlanta.


The 'Toyz N Da Hood' toy drive to start Monday in Atlanta.

Multi-platinum Def Jam recording artist, Young Jeezy is giving back to the community this holiday season. ‘Toyz N Da Hood' is a weeklong toy drive spearheaded by the rapper, his label, Corporate Thugz Entertainment, 8732 and DeAngelo Hall from the Atlanta Falcons.

The goal is to present 1,000 toys to 1,000 kids between December 17th and December 24th, in various parts of the Atlanta area.


Young Jeezy partially wrote and performed on Gucci Mane’s hit single, “Icy”. Supposedly, Jeezy was never paid properly for his services. Those in Gucci Mane’s camp have suggested that gang members from the Mechanisville area attacked Gucci Mane to defend Young Jeezy’s honor.[13] Young Jeezy put out a track called “Stay Strapped” dissing Gucci Mane to the beat of T.I.’s song “A.S.A.P.” Young Jeezy took a shot at Mane on the track, rapping “even his own momma know, Radric Davis a bitch”. In a recent Cutmaster C mixtape, The Hood News Page 3: Jay-Z Boycotts Cristal, Mane disses Jeezy along with Jay Z in his track, “745”. Jeezy also addresses Mane in the same mixtape, in the track “Break It Down”, featuring Cmillz. Recently, Jeezy has become involved in a beef with his former BMF affiliate Bleu Da Vinci after Bleu dissed him on the song, ‘Star in The Hood’. is NOT affiliated with young jeezy at all we are a 100% independant fan site supporting the artist, all pictures are from respectable media source only and promo only, if you have any questions please email the site admin.



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