Juicy J Is Teasing a Three 6 Mafia Tour

Juicy J Is Teasing a Three 6 Mafia Tour
This past decade has seen Juicy J focus his solo career, but ahead flipping the calendar to 2020, the Memphis icon has hinted that a return to Three 6 Mafia is in the cards for the coming new year.

On Twitter today, Juicy J branded the fast-approaching 2020 as "YEAR OF THE TRIPPY N****Z," and promptly followed that up with hints of tour plans for the legendary group.

"THE RETURN OF THREE 6 MAFIA 2020 TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON....," he wrote in a second post, accompanied by a clip of a packed-out arena soundtracked by the group's 2005 song "Stay Fly."

Three 6 Mafia went on hiatus in 2012, with Juicy J and group co-founder DJ Paul both turning their attention to solo work. The two got back together this past September and October for three reunion dates in the United States.

Since going on hiatus, two of Three 6 Mafia's members have passed away. Lord Infamous died of a heart attack in 2013, while Koopsta Knicca passed away in 2015 after suffering a stroke.

Three 6 Mafia's most recent album was 2008's Last 2 Walk. In 2013, original members DJ Paul, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous and Gangsta Boo formed Da Mafia 6 and made their debut with 6ix Commandments that same year.