Freddie Gibbs departure from CTE has left some sore wounds. The split between the “Shame” rapper and Young Jeezy was not amicable by any means.
The Gary, IN native recently sat down with MTV’s Rob Markman to detail his experience under Jeezy’s imprint.
“I believed in what CTE was and what Jeezy was doing. I messed with it. That was the music I was vibing to and I wanted to add to it,” the 31-year-old rapper explained. “I started seeing the fake and the empty promises. I just didn’t want to be around that no more. It’s a whole lot. It’s a book worth of stuff I can go in to in them two years that I saw. Things that’ll make you look at your favorite rapper in a different way.”
Gibbs has been a target of death threats ever since a telling XXL Magazine interview where he disparaged the “Thug Motivation” rapper.
“It’s tough meetin’ your heroes sometimes and kickin’ with them because when they take that cape off, boy o’ boy under that cape, sometimes it’s some scary lil’ boy hidin’ under that cape,” he continued. “You don’t know that until you hang around a guy and you see the way he treat his homies and see how he move.”
Check out Freddie Gibbs’ MTV interview below
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