Freddie Gibbs & Doughboyz Cashout's HBK Trade Insults On Twitter
Doughboyz Cashout member HBK calls Freddie Gibbs a bum, Gibbs downplays alleged beef with the Doughboyz Cashout rapper.
A member of the Detroit-based rap group Doughboyz Cashout may have found himself drawn into the feud between rappers Freddie Gibbs and Jeezy following a series of tweets sent over the weekend.
According to XXLmag.com, Doughboyz Cashout member HBK referred to Gibbs as a “bum” when a Twitter follower mentioned the Gary, Indiana emcee.
Deez niggaz ain't on my level to rap beef wit me— BossYoLifeUpGang (@72Kiddo) April 20, 2014
Gibbs then came across HBK’s tweets and responded with a series of tweets of his own. He poked fun of the CTE World signee who was jumped and then robbed last year during an event at Detroit’s Cobo Center. The rapper then went on to announce that he would be in the Motor City on May 1 for a show.
I heard some rapper niggaz that got stomped out and robbed in they own town was talking about Me on this twitter shit G....— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) April 20, 2014
And I diss niggaz on stage in they city. No problemo cuz I don't get beat up it robbed. Bum ass niggaz.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) April 20, 2014
Towards the end of his rant, Gibbs alluded to Jeezy, as he warned of stepping in the line of fire for someone “that don't give a fuck about u.” He also revealed that he has no beef with anyone, especially artists who can’t compete with him.
Don't step in this line of fire. Especially for a nigga that don't give a fuck about u.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) April 20, 2014
It ain't no beef if the other niggaz can't compete. Don't believe everything u read.— Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs) April 20, 2014
It’s been nearly one year since Doughboyz Cashout, which consists of HBK, Payroll, Doughboy Quis and Doughboy Dre, signed to the Jeezy-led CTE World. The signing of the group came months after Freddie Gibbs confirmed that he had left the label.
In the time since Gibbs’ departure from CTE, he’s released a diss record aimed at Jeezy and proclaimed himself a better rapper than the Atlanta emcee.