For Everybody

Album: Pure THC: The Hustle Continues (2015)
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  • Juicy J hooks up with Wiz Khalifa on this track where we find the pair rapping about promiscuous girls. The Three 6 Mafia rhymer drops the first verse in which he describes a lusty woman who appears to have messed with several stars including Drake, Jeezy, Chris Brown, plus Juicy J himself.

    Wiz Khalifa spits about Amber Rose on the second verse, firing shots at his ex-wife.

    Juicy J told Artist Direct: "When we came with that record, it was just what's going on. You look around and you see this chick with this guy. It's a lot of different things in relationships I've been through in my life. I felt like expressing it. It's a real record."
  • The song was produced by American production duo Rock City (Fergie's "L.A. Love (La La)", Ciara's "I Bet"), who also croon the hook with Juicy J.
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