Benny The Butcher Claims Freddie Gibbs Begged To Do An Album With Him Amid Beef


Benny the Butcher and Freddie Gibbs have been beefing for a couple of years. Nobody really knows what started the beef, but the two have not collaborated since the track “One Way Flight” off of Benny’s Hit-Boy produced album Burden Of Proof.

On Sunday, the Griselda rapper took to Twitter where he shot off a subliminal tweet directed at Gibbs, saying that the Gary MC begged him to do an album together.

“How can u hate on a nigga u begged to do an album with…” Benny wrote. “TT4 OUT NOW !!!” he added.

Gibbs responded to Benny’s tweets with a series of posts on his Instagram story. “Niggaz whole marketing plan for they album is to beef with Freddie Gibbs. That’s cute,” Gibbs wrote adding a kissing face and laughing emoji. “In the second post, Gibbs said, “If U opened up for me before just be grateful.”

He followed the previous post by taking a dig at Benny saying he couldn’t get his Drake feature cleared. “Next time just get the Drake verse cleared and u ain’t gotta do all this for promo. I’m out.” In his final post, Gibbs wrote “Why would I beg a nigga to work with me when he do less than me?”

Hopefully the two squash their beef soon and get back to giving us great tracks like “One Way Flight” and “Frank Lucas.”