Freddie Gibbs would also have wasted no time in making fun of Gunna since his release from prison following a plea deal in the YSL RICO case.
Gibbs went after Gunna in a series of tweets on Thursday (December 15), accusing Hip Hop of changing the rules and holding rappers to different standards when it comes to snitching.
“It was n-ggaz that took they verse off my album cus Wunna ain’t like me,” he wrote. “I wonder how they feel now.”
It was niggaz that took they verse off my album because wunna ain’t like me. I wonder how they feel now.— Big 🐰 (@FreddieGibbs) December 15, 2022
Gibbs continued: “I prayed for this day and y’all n-ggaz said I was hating… Welp. Rap full of snitches so y’all gone welcome this n-gga home with open arms. Y’all gotta stop moving the goal post for these n-ggaz.”
Freddie Kane won't discourage there, turning Gunna's "Pushin P" hit record's alliteration into "Pushin Plea."
Rap full of snitches so y’all gon welcome this nigga home with open arms.— Big 🐰 (@FreddieGibbs) December 15, 2022
Pushin plea.— Big 🐰 (@FreddieGibbs) December 15, 2022
Gunna and Gibbs' feud began in 2020, when the Gary, Indiana native accused him of appearing on an episode of Crime Stoppers in Atlanta, which Gunna denied.
“If u was on Crime Stoppers u was a snitch. No way around it,” Gibbs tweeted in 2020. Gunna resurrected the dispute earlier this year, claiming that his release of DS4 will be the biggest event in Gibbs' career.
“Yes, that’s me, but that wasn’t on no crime stopper,” Gunna added at the time. “I don’t know what the hell niggas are [saying], ’cause I wasn’t in no case or nothing. … ‘Oh you snitched on who?’ I was never in no case.”
On the 2022 DS4 track "Poochie Gown," Gunna raps, "Hang above the rim/ I can't fuck with Freddie Gibbs (No)/ N-ggas tellin' fibs."
After he returned to court for a virtual hearing on Wednesday (December 14), the YSL rapper pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge, securing his release hours later.