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Stuffing dead prezzies in the wall like that Yale bitch..." The line was controversial and many felt the line was in bad taste and demeaned Yale student Annie Le, who was murdered in 2009, by making light of a crime that had grabbed a lot of media attention due to its extremely upsetting and tragic nature. "Leave You Alone" featuring Ne-Yo was released as the fifth single and reached #51 on the Billboard Hot 100.On July 22, 2011, Jeezy released a track called "Shake Life" and was intended to be the second single off Thug Motivation 103, but was later scrapped from the album. In 2012, Young Jeezy's "I Do" received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance.In 2003, Jeezy released (also independently) Come Shop wit Me, a two-CD set featuring completely new tracks with some songs from T. In May 2004, Jazze Pha's manager Henry 'Noonie' Lee showed Young Jeezy's demo to his friend Shakir Stewart, Vice President Artist and Repertoire (VP A&R) at Def Jam.As the "hottest thing on the street" at the time, various labels - including Warner and Interscope – were after his signature."Put On" was followed by "Vacation", "Crazy World", "My President" featuring Nas, and "Who Dat" to complete The Recession's singles.Young Jeezy appeared on "Love in This Club" by Usher and "I'm So Paid" by Akon (also with Lil Wayne).
While he had previously endorsed Barack Obama, he spoke about meeting and supporting John Mc Cain during an interview with Vibe magazine.
In 2006, he was featured in Christina Milian's single "Say I". The album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 with 95,000 copies sold in its first week.
Jeezy's second major label album was The Inspiration, released in on December 12, 2006. Young Jeezy presented a week-long toy drive and charity event series with his CTE family with the first annual Toyz n da Hood toy drive.
However, Young Jeezy decided he wanted to be in business with Stewart and Reid. Young Jeezy's debut single off his debut album, "And Then What" featuring Mannie Fresh, reached #67 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Young Jeezy's major label debut, Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101, was released on July 26, 2005.