Yesterday, footage of Freddie Gibbs performing "Real" surfaced, which found the Gary, Indiana rapper sending shots at Jeezy on wax. The full version of the record is now out, and there's a lot to take in as Gibbs raps about a number of issues he had with his former associate. He doesn't hold back either, calling out Jeezy for being fake in the streets, and how the Atlanta rapper backed down from confrontations with Rick Ross and Gucci Mane because he was scared:
Ross had you scared to drop a diss record
No nuts, got the whole team looking weak
Guess that's why they ran up on you at the BET
Seen Gucci by himself while we was 30 deep at Magic
And you didn't bust a break, was shook from the gate
It make it seem to me the gangsta shit you keep be fake
Freddie Gibbs also acknowledges his dispute with Jeezy and CTE from a contract standpoint. Gibbs signed to CTE in the spring of 2011, before splitting with the label in late 2012. Check out "Real" below, produced by Madlib. The record will be included on Gibbs and Madlib's upcoming album Piñata, which will be released March 18.
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