Pooh Shiesty Says “Jay-Z Can’t Relate” In Message From Prison

Pooh Shiesty Says “Jay-Z Can’t Relate” In Message From Prison

In a recent Instagram post from prison, Memphis rapper Pooh Shiesty compared himself to Jay-Z. He claimed he was bigger than the New York rapper and entrepreneur before he got locked up.

The 22-year-old Memphis native, Lontrell “Pooh Shiesty” Williams said he was better than Grammy-winning billionaire rapper, Jay-Z. 

Jay-Z “Can’t Relate”?

He also said  Jay “can’t relate” to him, boasting that his pre-prison “street” work as a drug dealer was bigger than Jay-Z before he got locked up. Shiesty is serving a five-year bid after pleading guilty to 2020 federal conspiracy charges in Florida. 

“I still remain Untouched, Millions still in double digits,” he continued. “Tell google fix my net worth we can verify that shit right now. Yeah I’m locked up not fucked up. I was 21, up 8 figures; Jay-Z can’t even relate. My money tripled my followers.”

Along with his drawn-out post, Shiesty also shared photos of him donned in a grey prison suit, and his hair braided with a full beard.

“I’m still the Menace of Memphis,” he self-proclaimed on his status. The “Back in Blood” rapper continued by also thanking fans. As far as Hov … “All that back and forth on the internet, n**ga we don’t tennis that . . . “ perhaps the song reference from Jay-Z’s verse on Drake’s “Love All” may be deemed fitting to the occasion.

Signed to 1017 Records, his label boss Gucci Mane posted on Twitter and called on President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to look into the mistreatment of prisoners. According to Gucci Mane, Shiesty was on 24-hour lockdown and given empty food trays. Shiesty is expected to get out in 2026.

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