Freddie Gibbs broke off his relationship with Young Jeezy‘s Corporate Thugz Entertainment in late 2012, and at the time, the Gary, Ind., rapper attempted to make his departure as painless as possible.
“It was a mutual decision,” Gibb told “The Breakfast Club” back in December. “[There were] a number of things [that made me leave], but like I said, at the end of the day it was a good decision for myself and my family. It wasn’t nothing against him or none of that. It’s just moves that I had to make, personally, and business-wise.
But the gritty rhymer changed his tune, eventually saying that there were serious tensions between he and his former mentor. “I can’t really say it was amicable. I could just say that we agreed to disagree. We definitely disagreed,” Gibbs explained to The Morning Riot in February. “The guy moves in a different way than I move.”
Now, Gibbs isn’t biting his tongue at all. And he told XXL that Jeezy never supported him as an artist and he’s a liar. “”F–k no,” Gibbs said when asked about Jeezy lending him a hand. “Anything he tells you, it’s going to be fake. I am going to give you the real. He gonna give you the sugar-coated version. That’s the difference between me and him. He gonna give you the sugarcoated s–t, I am going to give you the real.”
“I think when it comes to credibility in this game, you gotta think about me. S–t, ain’t nobody realer than me in this game. Definitely not [Young] Jeezy, so I am about to show you all that,” Gibbs continued.
“At first, when that whole [label] split happened, I was being political about it,” Gibbs explains. “I was thinking, ‘Man, I don’t want to f–k up my relationship.’ But f–k that s–t, my n—a. I’m feeding the whole city. [Young Jeezy] don’t do s–t for me.”
“I am going to point a n—a out when he bogus, and he was bogus for not owing up to his business relationship and doing what he was supposed to do business-wise,” Gibbs added. “Like I said, I never needed the n—a to do nothing for me, but do what you said what you were gonna do. You don’t hold true to your word, I don’t respect you. So I don’t respect no n—a that don’t hold true to his word. All that s–t you rapping; I don’t respect none of that s–t.”