Freddie Gibbs is undeniably one of the most amusing rappers on social media. On Saturday, Freddie Gibbs compared Jeezy to Tupac Shakur on Twitter. Freddie Gibbs Said Jeezy Is “Like 2Pac To Me,” but of course, others will have their own opinion on the matter. This is always true when comparing anyone to Tupac Shakur.

Fans who had witnessed the two rappers publicly criticize each other for years were confused when Freddie Gibbs compared Jeezy to Tupac Shakur on Twitter on Saturday. Gibbs penned the letter without elaborating. A fan commented after Gibbs Tweet and in response to this Gibbs argued with that fan.

“Jeezy like 2pac to me.”

“Jeezy is great but to compare him like Pac…”

“It’s a real debate.”

“Idk if this a diss or a compliment lol.”

Jeezy was previously Gibbs’ mentor, signing him to his CTE World record label in 2011. Gibbs announced his departure from the label a year later. In the years since the two have repeatedly slammed one other. Rick Ross, who has had beef with Gibbs in the past, advised the Gary, Indiana rapper to make amends with Jeezy back in December.

“I’m not sure that it’s happened yet. But most definitely, That was a conversation I had with Freddie Gibbs, because once again, you gotta appreciate when a brother reach out to you and believe in your gift, brother. That’s what it’s about. As a boss, a CEO, you’re not obligated to owe nobody to sign nobody. Homie seen your vision, he believed in you. That’s what it came down to, that’s what I live by, and that was some of the advice I gave homie.”

When fans saw the message, they couldn’t tell if Gibbs was complimenting Jezzy or anything else. The two had been criticizing each other for years. Let’s see how much longer this goes on. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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