Even though Freddie Gibbs didn’t have many complimentary things to say about Benny The Butcher, he nevertheless managed to acknowledge a person who had aided him at the beginning of his professional career. Gibbs recalled advice Jeezy had given him on the song “Rabbit Vision” from his most recent album, Soul Sold Separately.
The J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced song features raps from Gibbs, who says, “Me and Jeezy still ain’t spoke in years / But I got love for him / Could’ve talked it out, but I spoke out, I let it get to me / Showed me I could be a f*cking boss, the finest thing he did for me.”
After Gibbs made the choice to remove Jeezy’s CTE mark, the two have been feuding in the public eye for ten years. Despite this, Gibbs has long been amenable to patching things up.
On the song “Therapy For My Soul,” off of his album The Recession 2, released in 2020, Jeezy made reference to Gibbs, saying, “When that sh*t went down with Gibbs, I couldn’t trust him / Invested my hard-earned money, tied up my bread / But he gon’ try to tell you I’m flawed, that’s in his head.”
Jeezy still hadn’t replied to Gibbs’ remarks as of the time of writing.
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