Jeezy opens up on settling beef with Rick Ross


The news that Jeezy and Rick Ross had settled their issues caught many by surprise. After their particularly heated confrontation at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2012, many had all but given up hope the two southern rap titans would ever find common ground — even with Jay Z as a common ally.

Fast forward to 2014 and not only have Jizzel and Rozay squashed their beef with each other, the two have even found time to work on music together hence their collaborations on each other’s latest albums.

Jeezy recently stopped by Power 105 morning show The Breakfast Club to talk about his new album and ending his issues with Ross:

With the title Seen It All, I gotta be honest. I had to come to terms with being an adult and being a leader. Ignorance is one thing and being about your business is another. When me and homie (Ross)  finally had a chance for us to talk and not nobody talk between us, we saw everything alike. We made great music before. Why wouldn’t you make great music?

At the end of the day, that’s what the world needs. More so than people just going back-and-forth. The way I looked at was like, people get hurt. I’d been in them situations before. It’s never you. It’s somebody around you. It wasn’t worth that to either one of us. The music is more important…

When I say, “I seen it all,” I really grew up. When I came in the game I was a different dude. Now I see the world different – opportunities and things you can get done, more so than just pulling yourself back.

The pair collaborated on the track “War Ready” from Ross’ Mastermind album and the song “Beautiful” along with The Game on Jeezy’s Seen It All: The Autobiography, which was released earlier this week.

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