OJ da Juiceman is the stage name of American rapper Otis Williams Jr., who was born on November 23, 1981. Williams Jr. is better known by his stage name. In addition to that, OJ da Juiceman is the creator of the vanity label 32 Entertainment.
Otis Williams Jr. was reared in East Atlanta, in the city of Atlanta, by his mother on her own. Williams first met Southern rapper Gucci Mane in the early 1990s. The two men lived in the same apartment buildings, and later, Williams and Gucci Mane would work together under the stage name OJ da Juiceman.
Juiceman began his career in music with the record label “Never Again Records,” which is best known for the Summer spin-off song “Black Tee” that they released in 2004. After establishing his own record label, 32 Entertainment, he went on to form a partnership with Gucci Mane, who is the CEO of So Icey Entertainment.
OJ has been featured on a large number of underground mixtapes including other artists, and he has released a total of six mixtapes under the 32 Entertainment label.
Is Oj Da Juiceman (Otis Williams Jr. ) still in jail?
According to NBC affiliate LEX18, Atlanta rapper OJ da Juiceman, whose actual name is Otis Williams Jr., was detained in Kentucky on weapons and drug charges.On Wednesday, the 40-year-old was arrested and put into the Hardin County Detention Center in Elizabethtown.
He has been charged with felon in possession of a weapon, marijuana possession, and drug paraphernalia possession. He has a court hearing set on May 13, but no more information about his arrest has been disclosed so far.
This isn’t the first time the rapper has been involved with the law. As Vlad TV reported at the time, he and his manager were detained in Tennessee on gun and drug charges en route to a performance in North Carolina in 2015.
Intent to distribute, gun possession, and unlawful crime with a firearm were all filed against him. Multiple guns, marijuana, and a huge amount of ammo were allegedly recovered in his vehicle by police.