Jeezy Explains How The Recent Rapper Murders Inspired Gucci Mane Peace On Verzuz

HipHop News Posted on November 20, 2020 at 9:10am

Jeezy Explains How The Recent Rapper Murders Inspired Gucci Mane Peace On Verzuz

Chicago's King Von and Dallas rapper Mo3 were both shot and killed earlier in November.

Jeezy is waking up with a weight lifted off his shoulders Friday (November 20) following last night’s surreal Verzuz spectacle with longtime foe Gucci Mane.

Jeezy stopped by The Breakfast Club to put the historic Magic City event in perspective, where he admitted the recent deaths of rappers such as King Von and Mo3 further inspired him to put his beef with Gucci in the past for the betterment of the culture..centered-ad {

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“I just had to make a decision,” he said of extending an olive branch to Gucci. “It’s going to be about what I see going on and how I can contribute and let people understand it’s bigger than us. For all the things you see, that King Von thing really touched me. I know [Lil] Durk well and it was surreal to get that call. Them kids. It ain’t gotta be that way. It was a lot of that. What happened to Mo3, what happened to Boosie. It was a crazy weekend.”

The Snowman continued, “You’re just watching all these things happen and you’re just like, ‘Damn, this is real? It’s an unselfish moment. It’s like a catch-22 because you have some people like, I don’t know what to tell you, I’m rich, I’m grown and I wanna see all of y’all live to be in a position like myself. It was real, bro. We could have walked away and it could have been all bad.”

Gucci’s wife, Keyshia Kaoir, took to Instagram to salute her


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