The original Verzuz matchup was T.I. vs Jeezy but that ended up being changed due to high demand of the two rivals, Gucci and Jeezy, squaring off. The two have feuded since 2005 as it all started with ownership issues to their collab hit single, Icy, which also included Boo. This record helped Gucci Mane turn into a star, which was after Jeezy did so.
Gucci And Jeezy Have Been Trolling Each Other Leading Up To Verzuz
When the issues continued regarding the Icy single, things got violent. Jeezy reportedly set Gucci Mane up to be killed but Gucci ended up shooting one of the men, who were close to Jeezy. Gucci then buried this man near a local school. The two have since not been cool with each other ever since 2005.
When Gucci announced that the Verzuz was happening, he dissed Jeezy by calling him “Snow Cone,” as opposed to his regular Snowman nickname that he’s had for decades now.
Gucci Laughs At Death Of Jeezy’s Friend From 2005
Now, Gucci has a savage response as he reposted a meme where it claims that Jeezy will get mad when the lyrics “Go dig ya partna up n*gga I bet he can’t say s*it” lyrics are played during Verzuz. This is from the 2012 Jeezy diss record, “Truth.”
Jeezy Will Release His ‘The Recession 2’ Album The Day After Verzuz Against Gucci Mane
He has since released the single “Therapy For My Soul” ahead of the project’s release. Expect the full tracklist to be revealed sometime on Wednesday or shortly before the Verzuz kicks off on Verzuz. This is his second project of 2020 as he released the “Twenty/20 Pyrex Vision” EP in March.
Gucci Mane Has Released Two Projects With His 1017 Record Label In 2020
Gucci Mane has been very active with his music this year as well as he’s released two compilation albums with his 1017 record label. In July, he put out “So Icy Summer” and in October, he released “So Icy Gang, Vol. 1.”
Among the artists on his label are Pooh Shiesty, Olarunt, and Big Scarr. Gucci’s last solo studio album was “Woptober II” in October 2019. That project ended up doing very well as it debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart.