ATLANTA — Young Jeezy made another onstage connection with Young Hov on Saturday night, when the Snowman brought out Jay-Z during the BET Hip-Hop Awards. The following night, Young told MTV News that their performance of "As Real as It Gets" was the setup for an even bigger event, the song's video.
"Opened up the BET Awards, me and Jay-Z," Jeezy said on set of Triple C's and Rick Ross' new video for "Erryday." "Shouts out to the homie, man, he stopped through. He was on his way to another show. But that's what we do. Real ones do real things. I just wanted to do something big for the city. Since the song is on both of our albums, we gonna shoot the video. It's gonna be crazy. We said, 'Let's go ahead and break it in at the BET Awards.' "
Jeezy explained that the video is going to display some of their riches. "We just gonna go dumb," he said. "Call Rick [Ross] up, everybody. [We'll have] cars, watches, blunts, money, just go dumb. Dumm-meeee! That's what we need to do."
Jeezy also said he wouldn't mind doing some more shows with Jay-Z.
"I'mma keep it all the way live, homie. At this point in my career, I'm like, whatever, I do this from the heart," Mr. 17.5 said. "Everything I do is real to me. If it's some strings and orchestra with it, and we still talking about what we supposed to be talking about, I'm all for it."