Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs is down to settle his differences with Jeezy. During a recent podcast, he dismissed their feuding and explained things a little more in depth.
Freddie Gibbs Open To Mending Relationship
Gibbs hinted that he’d be down to squash his long-time beef with the Snowman. He showed major love to the fellow hip-hop veteran and revealed what he felt at the time of recording 2014 diss track “Real”. The most recent attack in their battle came in the form of a diss on Jeezy’s 2020 song “Therapy For My Soul”.
“I was more hurt than anything. That’s what it feel like when one of your favorite rappers gets at you like that. I think that he see where I’m at now, and then he looks back at that sh*t, and he regrets it. I don’t say I regret nothing. But it’s better ways I could have handled things with him, maybe talked it out and communicated better. Maybe it could have worked out. I don’t have beef with him like other people may. I think it was just two guys who didn’t communicate correctly. He had a vision, and I had my vision, and we just couldn’t come to a common agreement. I don’t hate the man or anything of that nature, not at all. At one point, I looked up to him. And I still respect everything that he did musically. I still listen to his music. So, like I said, man, maybe one day, who knows?” (Vulture)
Freddie Gibbs Rips Jeezy After Diss Song
Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs was popping off. The hip-hop veteran come forward in November 2020 to defend his image after getting dragged by former his CTE boss on “Therapy For My Soul”. Freddie went to his social media pages and didn’t hold back on what he needed to get off his chest. Gibbs did everything from clown Jeezy’s gangster portrayal to his decision to agree with former rap rival Gucci Mane years after his alleged associate died at his hands.
“BMF put U in a headlock in front of me. U gotta come harder than this snow flake. @Jeezy” -Freddie Gibbs’ Twitter
Jeezy Disses 50 Cent + Freddie Gibbs
On the must-hear record, the Snowman didn’t hold back on doing much more than spilling tea. Jeezy directly references his fallout with Freddie in the early 2010’s and also clapped back at recent trolling fired his way from rap star 50 Cent.
If One-Five wasn’t my dawg, I would’ve touched them
When that sh*t went down with Gibbs, I couldn’t trust ’em
Invested my hard earn money, tied up my bread
But he gon’ try to tell you I’m flawed, that’s in his head
It’s happening just the way that I said it, good on your own
And if I’m honest nothin’ gangsta about you, leave this alone, yeah
And everybody wonderin’ what happened with me and Coach
Same sh*t that happened between Tommy and Ghost
The Snowman gets extra personal with 50 by making claims of the rap executive actually having money problems and needing loans from “Power” actor Omari Hardwick.
Since we talkin’ boss talk, let’s address the sucka sh*t
Grown man playin’ on Instagram, real sucka sh*t
Why the f*ck this clown n*gga playin’ with my legacy?
Solid in these streets, that’s some shit that you will never be
Talking ’bout power, but weak n*ggas do the most
In real life, n*gga you really borrow money from Ghost
All that lil’ boy sh*t, yeah it make it evident
Made millions in these streets, what the f*ck is 50 Cent?
Jeezy + Freddie Gibbs’ Past Ties
In the early 2010’s, Freddie teamed up with Jeezy and his CTE record label. However, things ultimately soured and they went their separate ways.
Carbon 15 is/was an A&R for Jeezy’s CTE label. Freddie Gibbs was signed to CTE in 2011, but by 2012 his relationship with Jeezy and CTE had dissolved after series of creative and business disputes, including a leaked record with Eminem. The two initially ended their business amicably, but Gibbs would spend the next several years dissing Jeezy in records and interviews. (Genius)