Jussie Smollett releases song ‘Thank You God’ after being freed from jail with lyrics about ‘killing his reputation’


Actor Jussie Smollett released new music on Friday after being released from prison a few weeks ago.

The former Empire star released a single on Friday called Thank You God, with some of the lyrics appearing to reference his latest scandal.

“You think I’m stupid enough to ruin my reputation?” says some of the lyrics to the new song.

“There are people chasing that influence.”

Jussie also sings: “It’s like they’re bent on not solving crime/eliminating the racial, trans, and homophobic elements that directly take their lives/but turning around and acting like I’m the one who killed the stride.”

In his Instagram caption, Smollett said he dedicated the song to “keeping it real, keeping it real.”


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The actor also said he will donate all profits from the track to the Rainbow Push Coalition, Secure Bags and the Illinois Innocence Program.

Three weeks ago, on March 16, Smollett was released after being convicted of a 2019 hate crime attack.

He was initially charged following an alleged hoax attack in January 2019, but those charges were later dropped.

The firing angered Chicago officials and appointed Special Counsel Dan Webb to investigate the case.

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Smollett claimed he was the target of a racist and homophobic attack, but police claimed he paid two black friends $3,500 to help him carry out the attack.

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On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, Smollett told the court that he was not responsible for the charges against him.

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After the alleged attack in 2019, Smollett denied planning a false hate crime and lying to police.

Smollett, 39, was charged with six felony counts of providing what prosecutors said were false police reports of alleged assaults to three different officers — one count each time he reported them.

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