Jeezy signed Freddie Gibbs to his label CTE in 2011, but things didn't work out. They started beefing after that with Freddie throwing the majority of the shots.
But the two men have squashed their beef, and the $oul $old $eparately rapper explained how it happened during an interview on the Bootleg Kev Podcast.
“I seen Jeezy at the airport with his wife. I was with my girl. We shook hands and hugged and was just like, ‘Man, salute.’ It was just, like, ‘Damn.’ It was a relief for both of us, I feel like ... We exchanged numbers and we both got on a plane and that was it. It was one of the most beautiful things ever, I think," Freddie explained. "I been put it behind me, but I had to, like, see him. And then when you look back, man, it wasn’t really nothing. That was f*cking a music disagreement."
“I didn’t really have nothing against Jeezy," he added. "I looked up to Jeezy. Jeezy one of my favorite rappers. I learned a lot from him. I learned how to really carry myself in this rap game by being around him. So I think that was just a misunderstanding, a miscommunication.”
On another note, how are you feeling Freddie's new $oul $old $eparately album?