"To be honest with you, I had a ball," Jeezy told MTV last week. "I ain't get [bad vibes] from either one of them. If it was gonna be something, it would have been something. It ain't gotta be no song. We grown. That ain't the way you handle that. If it was a problem, it's a problem, but it wasn't a problem. People made something outta nothing. That's what I hate about the industry. … I was hearing [rumors]. I was like, 'Hell no.' I was there, that ain't happen.
While prepping the Street Dream Tour, he's also working on an album to be released in the end of 2008. According to Jeezy, the album is "classic."
"When I say a classic, this is the one! I ain't concentrating on nothing but this. … I gotta bring the streets back, be me in every way and walk through the fire no matter what nobody says. All the people who love what I do, I'mma make it right. When you working on your third LP, people be like, 'What can I do to get these type of fans?' I'mma do me. Sometimes when you're on the third album you aren't hungry. I'm starving! I'm walking around with a steak knife and fork in my pocket. I'm ready to eat."