Freddie Gibbs Leaves Young Jeezy's Label, Says They "Move In Different Ways"
Freddie Gibbs and Young Jeezy part ways. Gibbs explains how it was a "good decision" for him to leave Jeezy's camp and says no diss records will come unless he's dissed first.
After spending time in Young Jeezy's CTE label, Freddie Gibbs has moved on. The two parties announced a parting of ways recently and Gibbs also spoke about his exit from Jeezy's camp. In an interview with The Breakfast Club, Gibbs explained that the move was one he had to make and that it was "a good decision" for him and his family.
"It was a mutual decision," he explained, before adding that there wasn't just one reason for him leaving.
"It was a number of things but at the end of the day, it was a good decision for myself and my family. It was a move that I had to make personally and business-wise."
Later, he added that he and Jeezy "just move in different ways."
"We just move in different ways so it's best that he move in his way and it's best that I move in my way."
When asked if he'd be releasing any Jeezy diss records, Gibbs said he wouldn't start a beef.
"As long don't nobody diss me, ain't no diss records coming," he clarified. "As long as I ain't disrespected or I don't feel disrespected then it's all good."
Gibbs also explained that he has a new deal coming soon.
"I've got a new deal in the works so everything's smooth. Everything's good...I'm not one of them guys to sit back and be bitter. This don't define me. This is a move that I gotta to make in my career. Players get traded all the time and go to different teams and win championships."