Freddie Gibbs vs Gunna: Fans say there's only one winner

Freddie Gibbs once again got himself involved in an online brawl as he brutally clowned Gunna on social media after the latter reignited their beef

                            Freddie Gibbs vs Gunna: Fans say there's only one winner
Gunna and Freddie Gibbs (Photos by Amy Sussman/Mike Windle/Getty Images)

Gunna is all set to drop his brand new album called ‘Drip Season 4’ on Friday, January 7, and sharing insight on the same, the rapper took to Twitter on Wednesday, January 5, while abruptly taking shots at his arch-nemesis Freddie Gibbs. Things quickly took a wild turn as the latter then decided to fire back at him with a series of multiple tweets and Instagram stories. Gunna in his tweet claimed that Freddie Gibbs will have the biggest moment of his career after his album gets released hinting that he might diss the rapper in one of his songs.
Days after reigniting his beef with DJ Akademiks while slamming rapper Uncle Murda over the latter’s diss track, Freddie Gibbs once again got himself involved in an online brawl as he brutally clowned Gunna on social media. The two then soon exchanged heat as social media users had a ball enjoying their beef. Freddie Gibbs also shared an old video where he claimed that Gunna was on Crime Stoppers which Gunna denied dubbing him as a “dummy.”
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Reigniting their May 2020 beef, Gunna first posted, “When my album drop Freddie Gibbs will the biggest moment of his career” adding in another post, “Speaking on a (N-word) for reason is Not (capital letter P).” Freddie then logged into his Twitter starting his rant against Gunna. DJ Akademiks, who frequently gets into a funny banter with Freddie, too decided to jump into the fray while sharing a video of the Atlanta rapper playing a snippet of an unreleased track. The clip showed Gunna sitting in his car, while jamming out to the line, “I can’t f**k with Freddie Gibbs.”
Gunna then again took to Twitter posting, “Jumpin n a person beef or situation when u dk wats goin on Not (capital letter P)” adding in another tweet, “Risking your life to feed your family is (capital letter P).” He then concluded, “Being a real (N-word) off the Internet is (capital letter P).”







Freddie Gibbs claps back at Gunna

Reverting to the very first tweet of Gunna, Freddie simply replied with a kissing emoticon before finally going for the kill on social media. The 39-year-old rapper tweeted, “I’m the hot topic right now these (N-word) need me to push the project.  I get it” adding in another post, “U can say U sold more records got more money but I ain’t never been on crime stoppers. Fin.”  One user shared, “After DJ Akademiks tweet, he shared, “Damn that was it? I thought fam was gon gimme some bars.  Let’s go #SSS”. The Alfredo’ hitmaker showed no intentions of slowing down as he again took shots at Gunna while adding a laughing emoticon to his first tweet. “(N-word) said “Freddie Gibbs will be the biggest moment of his career.”
He then sarcastically continued, “I love gunna music I think he one of the best making music so to be recognized by one of the best is a blessing. Now don’t take this get back shit personal.” Taking another dig, he added, “2 years ago these (N-word) wouldn’t have mentioned my name.  That let U know who the new king is.” Gibbs then mellowed down a bit and decided to call it a day, “I’m just gon leave this right here y’all have a good evening” before again sharing a video of Gunna. “It’s snitchin.  I hope yo album do good bro I’m rooting for U.” Gunna then replied that it was not Crime Stoppers” calling him a “dummy.”  Freddie Gibbs on Twitter concluded, “If u ain’t snitch u ain’t gotta explain yourself.” On Instagram, he shared the same tweets. While sharing a picture of Gunna and Rihanna’s Halloween costume where she had dressed up as Gunna, Gibbs called the rapper a “pu**y.”






















Gunna vs Freddie Gibbs: Where did it all start?

The beef between the two apparently dates back to May 2020 where Freddie Gibbs had reportedly first taken subliminal shots at Gunna with a tweet last year saying, “If u was on crime stoppers TV u a snitch. Ain’t no way around it.” Whilst Freddie never name-dropped anyone, fans were convinced that it was Gunna who Freddie was talking about. Gunna had appeared in an old news segment about his cousin’s murder case.
Gunna had then addressed the snitching rumors in an interview with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club saying, “Man, I don't know what the f**k that's about,. Man, Crime Stopper where? I ain't never stop a crime. Never, “as reported by XXL Magazine. He added, “Yes, that's me, but that wasn't on no Crime Stoppers," he explained. "I don't know what the hell (N-word) thinking about ’cause I wasn't in no case or nothing. So a (N-word) even saying like, 'You snitched on...' Who? I was never in no case."


‘This for publicity on both sides’

While enjoying the online beef between Gunna and Freddie Gibbs, one user stated, “Freddie Gibbs went from an indie Underground darling To beefing with main stream rappers you love to see it.” Another shared, “This for publicity on both sides ends dem boys prolly texting each other.” One user tweeted, “Freddie Gibbs can’t have any real friends, certainly no real industry friends. No one who can tell him to knock off these antics? It’s so very corny and he’s not supposed to be corny, he’s a rapper and not a goofy…right? But he won’t stop….this?? Unless it’s intentional corn?”
The next one shared, “Overall when it come to music I absolutely think Freddie Gibbs is a better Rapper than Gunna.. Gunna just make music that is more lit, most will disagree because y’all eat d**k tho.. tbh.” Meanwhile, one said, “This gunna and freddie gibbs beef is so random like we get it gunna, u have a album coming out.” Another individual concluded, “This Freddie Gibbs vs Gunna s**t is hilarious. Fred raps better duh but I personally think Gunna music overall sounds better.”








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