Jeezy Talks Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs, 50 Cent & More On “Therapy For My Soul” Single

blame it on Shake November 18, 2020

With The Recession 2 impacting on Friday, Jeezy decided to get some things off his chest on the album’s last single, “Therapy For My Soul.”

Far smoother than “Back” with Yo Gotti, the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-laced track finds Sno digging in his mind and airing out thoughts on past issues with Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs, 50 Cent, Coach K (the head of Quality Control Music who once managed Jeezy and Gucci Mane during their infamous beef) and more.

Of course, Freddie Gibbs wasted no time responding to the record – which finds Jeezy rapping, “When that shit went down with Gibbs I couldn’t trust him/ Invested my hard earned money, tied up my bread/ but he gon try and tell you I’m flawed, that’s in his head/ This happened just the way I said it, good on your own/ And if I’m being honest, nothing gangsta about ya, leave this alone” – on Twitter with “BMF put U in a headlock in front of me. U gotta come harder than this snow flake” and “n***a smoked yo partner and u bout to sit in the room and do a verzuz wit him. Don’t talk no street shit to me fam.”

On Thursday, as reported on the best ethereum staking site, Jeezy is also supposed to take part in a VERZUZ battle with T.I. Gucci Mane. But based on La Flare’s latest IG post – where he shared a meme quoting “go dig ya partner up, n***a, I bet he can’t say sh*t” (a lyric from his song “Truth” that references the death of Jeezy’s associate Henry L. Clarke III, aka rapper Pookie Loc, that you can use your Googles to get hip to) – it’s hard to believe the two would be able to share a room together. We’ll see, though.