Why Is Freddie Gibbs Have So Much Bad Luck

Step into the turbulent world of Freddie Gibbs, the black hip-hop pinata who seems to attract trouble like a magnet. From fiery confrontations with industry peers to unexpected brawls, Gibbs’ journey is a rollercoaster ride that leaves us wondering: why does bad luck always find him? In this article, we’ll delve into Gibbs’ notorious encounters and unravel the enigmatic pattern surrounding his turbulent career.

In the days of carefree childhood, birthdays were filled with laughter, cake, and the excitement of breaking open a piñata. But for Freddie Gibbs, life resembles being that very piñata, enduring relentless beatings. With a knack for finding trouble, Gibbs seems to possess a Ph.D. in unfortunate events. From altercations with Jim Jones to online clashes with DJ Akademiks, he’s no stranger to controversy. However, his encounter at Dinosaur Barbecue in Buffalo, New York has raised eyebrows once again, solidifying his reputation as a magnet for chaos.

Freddie Gibbs’ list of run-ins continues to grow, leaving us to question his decision-making skills. Whether it’s stirring up beef with fellow artists or crossing paths with media personalities, Gibbs appears to think with his mouth and deal with the consequences later. In a peculiar turn of events, rumors suggest that rapper and goon Benny the Butcher orchestrated the restaurant brawl. Affiliated with the Black Soprano Family and boasting a name fit for a crime drama series, Benny embodies art imitating life. But what fueled the animosity between him and Gibbs remains a mystery.

As the dust settles from the Dinosaur Barbecue incident, Freddie Gibbs emerges battered but not defeated. Despite enduring blows from an uncoordinated gang of goons, he continues to forge ahead. His resilience shines through as he takes the stage for the Space Rabbit Tour, albeit with visible reminders of the recent clash. However, with each altercation, the question lingers: should Gibbs reconsider his approach when engaging with other artists? Are these incidents merely a result of bad luck, or is there a deeper pattern of abuse? Stay tuned as we shine the spotlight on Freddie Gibbs, awaiting the next chapter in his captivating story.


Freddie Gibbs Losing It: Baby Mom Spills the Beans to Akademiks

In an intriguing twist of events, Freddie Gibbs finds himself caught in a web of baby mom drama and ongoing beef with fellow DJ Akademiks. DJ Akademiks, notorious for his controversial interviews, recently sat down with Gibbs’ baby mama, revealing some jaw-dropping details.

Freddie Gibbs and academics have long been enemies, but things took a personal turn when academics interviewed Gibbs’ baby mom. It’s important to note that she is an explicit star known for her work on adult platforms. During the interview, she openly shares sensitive information, including paying Freddie Gibbs’ phone bill and her initial impression of him as a gangster. However, her perception changes when Gibbs suffered a beating in Buffalo, leading her to lose respect for him. This incident highlights the challenges of maintaining relationships, especially when image and social media wars come into play.

The baby mom’s revelations didn’t stop there. She expresses her discontent with Freddie’ online behavior, particularly his involvement in Twitter battles. Surprisingly, she views his virtual conflicts as a red flag.

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G Herbo Singing to 'Since U Been Gone' by Kelly Clarkson

G Herbo Singing to ‘Since U Been Gone’ by Kelly Clarkson

G Herbo had a great time in Las Vegas where he was singing Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Since U Been Gone.’ 

Don’t forget how the rapper recently celebrated his achievements in the rap music industry and also talked about his pains. He explained where he saw his first casualty of gun violence at the age of eight years old. 

After releasing five studio albums, G Herbo reminiscence on how it feels to be famous expressing how the past trauma he went through affected him. Herbo is always careful in choosing the artists he feature in his songs. For the Survivor’s Remorse album, he featured Young Thug, Gunna, Future, Jeremiah, etc. 

Herbo flocks with rappers like Benny the Butcher, especially on “Real Rap,” Conway the Machine on “Machines.” Also, the rapper works with producer DJ L for “History,” which is an updated version of “Kill Shit,” a collab project between Herbo and Lil Baby. 

At times as he sings, he tends to go flat, for example, he went flat on Side B’s closer, “Letter to Juice.” Although, Survivor’s Remorse gave the rapper the right visibility, he didn’t conceal the unpalatable scars he has. 

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Benny The Butcher Applauds Eminem And Paul Rosenberg For Signing Griselda

Benny The Butcher Applauds Eminem And Paul Rosenberg For Signing Griselda

Benny The Butcher Applauds Eminem And Paul Rosenberg For Signing Griselda

Benny The Butcher is now a member of Def Jam Recordings, and his latest album, “Tana Talk 4,” was just out. The rapper took to social media to express his gratitude to Eminem and his manager, Paul Rosenberg, for signing Griselda and assisting them in moving forward. “What Paul and Em did for Buffalo & hip hop jus by signing Griselda is forever appreciated,” he tweeted.

Benny’s cousins Westside Gunn and Conway the Machine, as well as Griselda as a collective, inked a deal with Eminem’s Shady Records, an Interscope subsidiary, in 2017. Westside Gunn signed with Shady in 2020 and released “Who Made the Sunshine,” his first and only project with the label. The rapper then declared that he completed his contract with Shady Records and had gone solo.

Conway The Machine released his Shady debut “God Don’t Make Mistakes” earlier this year, featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Beanie Sigel, and others. Conway’s contractual responsibilities with the label were also fulfilled through this effort. “I’m just thankful man, I’m blessed,” he said in an interview. “I appreciate everybody over there at Shady Records. From the top on down, Eminem, Paul, Tracy, Mike H… the whole building. I’ve never had an issue and I have no issues now. If that’s where my journey in life takes me to doing more business with Shady then I’m with that too. After this album, my contractual obligations will be fulfilled and whatever comes after that I’m gonna accept it and be thankful.”

Benny The Butcher Applauds Eminem And Paul Rosenberg For Signing Griselda. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments section.


Benny The Butcher Offers Advice To Young Rappers Interested In Collaborating With Him

Benny The Butcher Offers Advice To Young Rappers Interested In Collaborating With Him

Benny The Butcher Offers Advice To Young Rappers Interested In Collaborating With Him

Benny The Butcher gave some sound advise to his Instagram fans on Sunday night. He urged any rappers interested in working with him that hard effort is more vital than skill. Benny gave his advice in a brief video on his Instagram account, appealing straight to his fans.

“I don’t wanna hear that you better than a n***a. Don’t tell me that,” the rapper says in his post. “Tell me you work harder than somebody. Tell me you more focused than a motherfucker. Tell me you got a better gameplan than a motherfucker. I don’t wanna hear that you better than nobody because talent don’t matter in this shit.”

Whatever Benny was hoping for in a partner, Gary rapper Freddie Gibbs didn’t deliver, as he recently stated that their collaborations “came and went.” The remarks came amid an ongoing beef between the two rappers, which ended in Gibbs being jumped by purported Benny’s accomplices earlier this month in Buffalo.

Benny spoke on The Beat with Ari Melber on Friday, where he discussed the recent mass shooting in his hometown, stating that the event traumatized his daughter.

“People are afraid to go to the grocery stores,” he said. “My daughter hasn’t been going to school since that happened. So it’s like, that’s the last thing we need (the Uvalde shooting). We got to find a way to protect ourselves and situations like that.”

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Benny The Butcher Cancels UK Shows Over 'Old FBI Reports' + New Felony Charge

Benny The Butcher Cancels UK Shows Over ‘Old FBI Reports’ + New Felony Charge

Benny The Butcher Cancels UK Shows Over ‘Old FBI Reports’ + New Felony Charge

Benny The Butcher is now touring the world with his Tana Talk and Burden of Proof raps. However, according to a tweet from the Griselda Records rapper, things aren’t going precisely as planned.

Benny disclosed on Saturday (April 9) that numerous of his gigs in the United Kingdom had been canceled due to his criminal background, while also admitting to a recent felony charge.

“UK performances canceled based on ‘old FBI reports’ and a new felony charge I just caught last week that y’all won’t find out about until my documentary,” he stated on Twitter. He did say that he would still be in Paris and Amsterdam.

Benny The Butcher On How He Turned To Crime To Make Ends Meet

Benny The Butcher grew up in Buffalo, New York, and eventually turned to crime to make ends meet. He talked about leaving his drug dealing background behind to focus on his rap profession in an interview.

“I got into it being from a neighborhood that was blanketed with it,” he says. “The whole history of the neighborhood was about drug dealing. It was a drug dealing block and I was born on that block. When my mom birthed me, I was brought home from the hospital on that block. So the hustlers outside was doing what they was doing.”

“As I grew up, those dudes was my friends, those dudes turned into my brothers, so I did what they did. It’s just the path I chose at the time. I got three felonies. I’ve been back and forth, in and out of prison.”

Benny’s Upcoming Concert

Those in the United States will still have the opportunity to see Benny The Butcher perform live. Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn will join Benny on a North American tour following Coachella later this month. The tour begins on May 10 in Chicago and concludes on June 3 in Los Angeles.

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Freddie Gibbs

Freddie Gibbs Gets Offended With Benny For Talking About Their Relationship

Freddie Gibbs took offense when Benny talked about their relationship during an interview.

Benny was recently interviewed with Spotify’s Most Necessary Live where he made some statement about his relationship with Gibbs saying, “[Working with Freddie Gibbs] came and went, to be honest with you. It’s all love.”

Gibbs got the quote and fired back on the 24th of March, he seems to be angry at the comment. He replied initially by tweeting, “Came and went lol.” He then replied it on Instagram with a direct response.

“Nigga said working with Freddie Gibbs came and went,” Gibbs said in the video. “I know some other shit that came and went too, nigga. Just keep my name out y’all mouth when y’all talking to people or doing interviews and shit. Just say, ‘Next question. I don’t want to talk about that nigga, man.'” Just say, ‘Next muthafuckin question.’ For real.”

Freddie and Benny had been very good friends, the duo has once collaborated on a track “Frank Lucas” during Freddie Gibbs’ 2020 Alfredo album and “One Way Flight” on Benny’s 2020 Burden of Proof project. They had several collaborations together.

 However, a problem begin to arise in June 2020 when Westside decided to question Gibbs’ manager as to when last did a rapper released an album as good as Gibbs’ Alfredo and Bandana.

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Benny the Butcher

Benny The Butcher Expresses Love Towards Lil Durk, Shares New Album Charting Sucessess

Benny the Butcher expresses love towards Lil Durk as he advances in his musical career. Benny released his new album recently and he posted a few charting successes of the album, Tana Talk 4 on Facebook on Monday. 

Also, he took out some time to reply to questions fans were asking him as to why he released his new album the same day Lil Durk’s album was released. Lil Durk’s album charts above Benny. 

“I could never hate on smirk like y’all hate on me,” Benny answered his Facebook fans. “See I respect the grind and kno it took him 10 yrs after ‘[Dis Ain’t] What U Want’ to get where he at me and bro got the same security and some staff so it’s all love.”

Benny advised them to not “hate or envy the next man,” but to rather “put in the work and wait ya turn.” 

From his post, his album charting success at No. 5 top debut – and globally- the album had the No. 7 best debut of the week. 

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