Is The Young Jeezy Album 'Seen It All' Release In Trouble After His Arrest?

Young Jeezy was arrested in California over the weekend on weapons charges while on tour with Wiz Khalifa for the "Under The Influence of Music Tour," but what does that mean for the release of "Seen It All: The Autobiography?"

"My fifth album is entitled Seen It All because I feel like I've been through a lot and I've seen a lot, and I'm still standing here and I'm still standing tall," said Jeezy in an interview with Atlanta radio station V-103, according to HipHopDX.com.

"That's what it is, man."

Today Jeezy's Twitter recently released the entire album available for streaming on iTunes radio as part of the "First Play" series.

It looks like his camp has already taken the right steps to keeping the promotion of the album alive while he is away.

Jeezy has "Seen It All" set for a release on September 2 and with all of the negative publicity surrounding the arrest it is unsure how the release itself will be handled.

The charges against Jeezy are pretty serious and Meek Mill of MMG is in the same situation as being unable to promote an album could cause weak sales.

"Chart-topping rapper Young Jeezy was one of six people arrested Sunday in Irvine on suspicion of possessing an assault rifle during the investigation into a deadly shooting backstage at a concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre over the weekend," according to MercuryNews.com.

What may help the sale of the album is the fact that Jeezy released four high quality singles in "Me Ok," "Beautiful" featuring Game and Rick Ross, "Seen It All" featuring Jay Z, and "Holy Ghost." Each of these tracks tell a story of their own through the eyes of Jeezy.

His friend T.I. who also had his past run in with the law on weapons charges has yet to comment on the incident via Twitter, but Jeezy may need all the friends he has to promote the album unless he is released before next Tuesday.