Jeezy and Rick Ross made headlines when they settled differences to collaborate on "War Ready," a selection off Ross' upcoming Mastermind album. The two reportedly paired up over the weekend to film a music video for the track.
Footage of the filming of the "War Ready" music video was released through @igloomediabase. The footage features Jeezy and Ross rapping along to "War Ready" and a person firing a prop weapon on the set. The Instagram account also provides an image of Jeezy and Ross standing next to one another.
T.I. was reportedly integral in the reconciliation of Jeezy and Ross, two rappers who had been feuding since at least 2010.
“I ain’t gonna say I brokered peace and got them in the studio,” T.I. said of his role in peace-making recently. “One of my closest partners in the game, man — Young Jeezy — I simply said to him, ‘We done did as much as we can do with this. It’s gone as far as we can take it, ain’t nothing else to do if it ain’t nothing that can’t be talked about, that hasn’t gone so far that a muthafucka can’t come back and...do what the fuck we do, man. Get money.' War costs money.”
Footage of the filming of "War Ready" can be viewed below.