Juicy Smollett announces his innocence in new song, ‘Thank You God’

By Sandra Rose |

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Jussie Smollett has released a new single in which she declares her innocence and summons her enemies who have identified her as a pathological liar.

Smollett was convicted in March of lying to Chicago police about hate crime fraud.

He was sentenced to 150 days in Cook County Jail, but he was only 6 days in prison. He was released from prison on March 16 while appealing for his conviction.

Smolet sang, “Thank God for showing me my enemy.” He further claims that his lies have been proven.

“I’ve never been a victim. I’m just trying to tell you all the truth about misleading political shows.”

He also sings: “Do you think I’m stupid enough to kill my reputation?”

Smollett posted the song on his Instagram account.

    “It looks like they’ve been hell-bent on not solving the crime / taking out the elements of race and trans and homophobia that directly take lives. But turn around and act like I’ve killed that progress.”

Proceeds from the single sale will be donated to the Rainbow Push Coalition, Secure the Bag Safety and the Illinois Innocence Project, Smollett said.

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