Kinky B Give His Thoughts On Jeezy Following Gucci Mane Verzuz Battle

By on March 30, 2021

Former rivals Jeezy and Gucci Mane laid their issues to rest last November when they participated in an unforgettable Verzuz battle. What started off as a potentially contentious disaster evolved into a peaceful resolution to a nearly 20-year beef. But apparently not everyone was feeling it — especially Corporate Thugz Entertainment co-founder Kinky B who helped establish the CTE imprint with Jeezy in the early 2000s.

During an interview with the Big Facts Podcast, he spoke frankly about the impact he feels Gucci Mane and Jeezy’s reconciliation had on The Snowman’s reputation.

“That man, in the United States of America, any street n-gga lost all respect for that man that fucking day,” he says in the clip. “He lost all his street credibility that day due to the fact that, I don’t give a fuck, when a n-gga lose their life, man, ain’t no peace. They’ll never be peace. Never, ever.”

Kinky B is referring to a 2005 shooting incident in which Gucci wound up killing Jeezy’s associate Pookie Loc in what he said was “self-defense,” a major roadblock to getting both rappers in the same room. But Verzuz made it happen and the event went down as scheduled on November 19, 2020.

Right off the bat, the 1017 Records boss made things uncomfortable when he kicked off the battle with the 2012 Jeezy diss track “Round 1” and it seemed like that was going to be the theme for the evening.

Although Jeezy took it in stride, he ultimately drew the line when Gucci Mane played another disrespectful record called “The Truth” and decided to call him out.

“See when I called you and extended this invite, my n-gga, I did it as a real man,” he said at the time. “It’s been 20 muthafuckin’ years … you still talking the same shit. The shit we came from in the street, we been through it, dawg. Twenty years and when I said I wanted to do this for the culture, that’s what I wanted to do. I brought you here to show you the world care about what the fuck we got going on because we are the culture. Me and you, where we came from, what we been through, n-gga, us.

“All these kids out here doing what the fuck they do cuz they saw what went on with us. This shit ain’t ‘bout me, it ain’t ‘bout you. This shit about King Von, this shit about Doe B, this shit about Nipsey Hussle, this shit about muthafuckin’ Pop Smoke, Mo3 and I’m real enough to do that, n-gga, because one thing about it, two things fo sho, three things for certain, n-gga

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