Are Rick Ross And Young Jeezy Friends Again?
Let’s call it a truce! The entertaining beef that had Def Jam’s Rick Ross and Young Jeezy exchanging verbal blows back-and-forth, has now ceased, according to DJ Khaled. In a radio interview with on-air personality Bootleg Kev, DJ Khaled took time out to state that he doesn’t "condone problems" and his two frequent collaborators have put their pass problems behind them...
"I represent that love and making great music. Those two guys, they don't have no problems," Khaled explained. "So, you know, I guess this is an exclusive, they don't have problems."
The beef, which started in 2010, began when Rick Ross released 'B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)' – the ode to notorious drug lords, Black Mafia Family. Young Jeezy, who is associated with the drug organization, made a subliminal diss with his response, 'B.M.F. (The Real Blowin' Money Fast)', which featured Big Meech himself through a phone recording from prison.
To add to the fuel, Jeezy continued to taunt the Rozay with his 'B.M.F. (Blowin' Fast Money)' freestyle, 'Death Before Dishonor' and also said to be a diss track, 'The Summer’s Mine'. Let’s also not forget the viral clip of Jeezy in Miami that was taken as even more shots towards Ross. Though there was never a response on wax, the MMG head general did respond to the video clip.
Khaled says the two Southern rappers will be getting back to the music pretty soon!
Words: Shabazz (@_KingShabazz)
Online editing: Joseph 'JP' Patterson (@Jpizzledizzle)