Regardless of multiple public brawl with different rappers this 12 months, Freddie Gibbs says not one in all his friends has ever put a hand on him.
The “Too A lot” rapper claimed that whereas he enjoys a punch-up, he by no means goes out on the lookout for bother. Freddie Gibbs addressed his run-ins with Jim Jones and Benny the Butcher throughout his current interview with The Breakfast Membership.
“All of the incidents you see, I used to be simply consuming with my lady. I don’t exit attempting to begin nothing with no person… I wish to struggle,” the Indiana native admitted. “Both time might’ve been unhealthy, however everyone naming these rappers and stuff however ain’t no rapper ever hit me.”
He additionally addressed the incident in Might when his crew received into it with Benny’s crew whereas at a restaurant in Buffalo.
“I’ve been in manner worse conditions than that,” Freddie Gibbs defined. “I can’t management should you convey 30 folks to a restaurant with a digicam crew to humiliate me however you find yourself dropping.”
When DJ Envy requested, “What occurred with Jim?” Gibbs replied, “I let avenue s### keep within the streets and I don’t received an issue with anybody doing higher than me.”
Again in December, Freddie Gibbs and Jim Jones bumped into one another whereas consuming out in Miami. The pair and their respective crews additionally allegedly clashed. “It was some furnishings transferring, however it was a meals struggle or one thing like that,” he stated. It wasn’t nothing loopy like that. No one received f##### as much as that time.” Watch the episode on the finish of the web page.
Whereas his beef with the Griselda rapper rumbles on, Freddie Gibbs buried the hatchet with Jeezy earlier this month.
“I like U bro,” he penned on Instagram, ending their longstanding feud. “I apologize. However actually U introduced a distinct beast out of me and motivated me to get up to now so I gotta thank U on the identical time. Love. @jeezy.”