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“Logic is my best friend, man,” Juicy J told the publication. “We hang out all the time. We was in the studio and he was just talking. He’s like, ‘Man, what did Juicy J say? Shut the fuck up.'” We was just being funny. And I said, ‘Hey.’ I stopped it. I told the engineer, ‘You recorded that?’ He’s like, ‘Yeah,’ I said, ‘Man, I’m using that as my producer tag because that shit is hard. You talking is.’ We didn’t say, ‘Hey, Logic, go in the studio, I mean go in the booth and do this.’ He just said it and it was recording.”
Juicy J, who started his solo career in 2013 after leaving Three 6 Mafia, has long been known for his eccentric adlibs, which include recognizable quick hits like “we trippy mayne,” and, “yea hoe."
“He say he didn’t think I was serious,” Juicy J continued, saying that Logic was surprised by his use of the tag. “He said, ‘When you said you was going to use that as a tag, I didn’t think you was serious.’ He’s like, ‘Man, that shit sound hard. I’m hearing my voice every fucking where.'"