Freddie Gibbs Reveals He & Jeezy Squashed Beef With A Hug: ‘It Was Beautiful’

Freddie Gibbs has revealed he’s squashed his longtime beef with Jeezy after bumping into him at an airport.

During a recent appearance on the Bootleg Kev Podcast, the Indiana rapper detailed his interaction with his former CTE World boss, and how it felt to finally speak to him in person and put things behind them.

“I seen him at the airport. Damn, that’s crazy bro. World premiere, n-gga,” he began. “But I see Jeezy at the airport with his wife. I was with my girl. I seen him, we shook hands and hugged, and fucking was just like, ‘Man, salute.’ It was just like, ‘Damn’ – it was like a relief for both of us, I feel like.

“It was like a hug, 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. I been put it behind me, but I had to see him. And then when you look back, man, it wasn’t really nothing. That was fucking a music disagreement.”

He continued: “I didn’t really have nothing against Jeezy – 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.”

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Freddie Gibbs spoke more about their issues never being personal, while taking blame for things getting out of hand.

“It ain’t like all this other shit with these other little fuck n-ggas – when I see them I’ma slap the fuck out of them,” he explained. “But with that, it’d be times where we’d be in the same places. All the time, it’s the rap game of course. But it wasn’t nothing violent happening or no shit like that or nobody was disrespecting each other too bad.

“We said things, but for the most part, we both men and I think that we was both trying to get our points across and just communicated it badly. And I take the blame for that ’cause I should have just sat tight and let my work speak for itself instead of speaking on it publically at all.”

He added: “I think what really set me off is when they asked him about me publically – I wish he would have just deflected that. But then I took that shit too far. I look at that situation as another learning experience. That was something that I needed in my career. I needed that opposition, so to speak.”

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Jeezy signed Freddie Gibbs to his label in 2011 but they parted ways on bad terms the following year, with the pair going on to diss each other on songs such as Gibbs’ “Real” and Jeezy’s “Therapy for My Soul.”

Gibbs addressed his history with Jeezy on “Rabbit Vision” from his new album $oul $old $eparately, in which he admitted he let their beef get to him.

Me and Jeezy still ain’t spoke in years, but I got love for him,” he rapped. “Could’ve talked it out, but I spoke out, I let it get to me / Showed me I could be a fuckin’ boss, best thing he did for me / I needed to grow, too immature, it’s shit I needed to know.”

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