Freddie Gibbs got so mad at Jeezy that he dissed him on behalf of Rick Ross and Gucci Mane. He also released an album with Madlib, Piñata.
Date: March 12
"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." —Edwin Ortiz