I discussed my feelings towards Young Jeezy’s ”We Done It Again” here. This video doesn’t change my initial reaction.
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Before major news outlets confirmed President Obama was indeed re-elected, Young Jeezy dropped a tribute to “every ghetto in the world” titled, “We Done It Again.” Unfortunately, grammar and substance were not of importance.
Like the dead on arrival “My President Is Black,” “We Done It Again” perpetuates the mentality that Obama is the savior of people living in ghettos. The less-than critical analysis pushes Jeezy’s social and political ignorance to new boundaries. First, he compares himself to Trayvon Martin. Read More
Lyrically handicapped rappers Gucci Mane and Rick Ross have teamed up to combat their common enemy–Young Jeezy. The two large-gutted men demand respect from their fellow post-thirties rapper, and instead of calling him asking for it, they decided to put their bruised feelings in a song.
Young Jeezy called Gucci Mane “retarded” in an interview, and Gucci responded with “Truth,” a song he claims is not a diss record. On the song, Gucci namedrops Keyshia Cole, who was once romantically involved with Jeezy around the same time she was featured on Diddy’s “Last Night.”
“I did a song with Keyshia Cole (see: “Bad Bad Bad”), and I know you still miss her,” Gucci raps. “But Puff was f*ckin’ her while you was falling in love with her.”
Keyshia caught wind of Gucci’s allegations and has threatened legal action against the Atlanta rapper.
“It is my Bday in the AM and I will be calling my lawyers! I’ve spent the last 10 years building my sh*t! U got me twisted Lying @gucci1017.” Read More
It has been less than 24 hours since Gucci Mane caught wind of Young Jeezy calling him “retarded,” and he has already released a diss song–that he claims is the “Truth”–accompanied by a video. “Guwap,” Gucci’s nickname, has also taken to Twitter to berate Jeezy and include T.I. in their on-going feud. Read More
It’s 2005 all over again in Atlanta.
“Trap rappers” Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane are at each other’s necks, again. Following the release of his explosive new single, “Get Right,” Jeezy visited Power 106’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood in Los Angeles. While there, he spoke on his altercation with Rick Ross at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards and Gucci’s confusing comments on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club.
Jeezy said that was the first time he and Ross seen each other face-to-face, and the physical altercation was imminent. He basically dismissed Gucci’s comments by saying, “Everybody knos that boy retarded, ain’t nobody taking him serious. He got an ice cream cone on his face.” Read More
Days after Gucci Mane discussed his ongoing dispute with Young Jeezy, the Snowman releases “Get Right,” a not-so-subtle response to Mr. Radric (if you ask me). Gucci, who prefers to hustle independently as opposed to signing a more lucrative deal with a label, told The Breakfast Club, “Ross is a friend of mine, of course Jeezy is not, so I don’t care nothin’ about what happened to him.”
So now you ain’t f*cking with me, that’s how you feel?
Like I was ever fucking with you, get forreal
And I ain’t done what for who, nigga forreal?
Since you claiming that you put niggas own, get you a deal Read More
According to Gucci Mane, the reconciliation with Young Jeezy–orchestrated by DJ Drama in 2009–was not sincere. While chatting with The Breakfast Club, who didn’t badger Gucci like they do most of their guests, the 1017 Bricksquad rapper said that he and Jeezy are still on bad terms.
He also spoke on Future’s lyrical skill, his friendship with Waka Flocka Flame, being independent and the politics of the industry. Read More