On Saturday, Gibbs took to Twitter to reference a bar from bar Gunna’s DS4EVER track “Poochie Gown.”
“I can’t fuck with Freddie Gibbs,” he wrote in the tweet, before posting a video of him rapping along to the song. Freddie followed it up with a clip of himself dancing to “Poochie Gown” while onstage at a concert. “My theme song...” he captioned the video.
Gibbs and Gunna’s beef traces back to 2020, when the former called out the latter for being “a snitch” after footage surfaced of him making an appearance on CNN segment. “If u was on crime stoppers TV u a snitch. Ain’t no way around it,” Gibbs tweeted at the time.
Back in January, ahead of the release of his latest album, DS4EVER, Gunna revealed he was going to have a few shots for Gibbs on his album, tweeting, “When my album drop Freddie Gibbs will the biggest moment of his career.”
Freddie responded by accusing Gunna of using his name to “push the project.”
“I’m the hot topic right now,” he wrote. “These n***az need me to push the project. I get it.”
He continued, “2 years ago these n***az wouldn’t have mentioned my name. That let U know who the new king is.”
After dissing Gibbs on “Poochie Gown,” Gunna stopped by the Breakfast Club in January, where he claimed that Freddie wanted to collaborate on a song but the Atlanta rapper put an end to that idea.
“I had to know like, ‘Ay, bro I don’t fuck with you.’ Because he tried to do a song with me through my manager,” Gunna explained. “And it’s like, ‘What?’… He thought I forgot… I just don’t forget.”
“If I got a problem with you five years ago, it don’t change. It could be 10 years later, I’m gon’ get you. That’s how I treat things. I don’t want us to fight or argue, it’s okay.”
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