Freddie Gibbs on Accepting Responsibility for Artist Feuds: ‘It Is Me and I Don’t Give a F*ck’
Freddie Gibbs has responded to a fan’s feud-related assumption, fresh off the release of his Kenny Beats-produced “Ice Cream” collaboration with Rick Ross.
On Tuesday, a Twitter user joked about the Soul Sold Separately singer reportedly getting into a fresh battle “every month” and remarked, “I’m starting to think it’s you bruh.”
Freddie Gibbs Dished Out A Quick Response
Gibbs responded quickly, but briefly.
He said, “Yep, it’s me, and I don’t give a f*ck.”
“I Can’t F*ck With Freddie Gibbs”
Gibbs tweeted in March that “I can’t f*ck with Freddie Gibbs” a lyric from Gunna’s “Poochie Gown.” Gibbs then released a video of himself listening to the music. Followed by another video of him dancing to the DS4EVER tune at a gig. When he shared the second video, he proclaimed, “This is my theme tune.”
Soul Sold Separately is now due to be released this summer, with Gibbs confirming the date in a recent Bill Simmons interview. Gibbs talked to Complex in July about the record and his role in Down With the King.
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