On their new “Respect Me” track, Ricky Rozay and Gucci waste no time in trying to melt the Snowman.
Gucci Mane and Rick Ross can agree on one thing: their dislike for Young Jeezy. The rappers take thinly-veiled shots at the Snowman on their newly released diss track “Respect Me.” “Ain’t no way in hell I’ma let you disrespect me,” raps Gucci on the cut off Trap-A-Holics and DJ Cash Crook‘s mixtape Large On Da Streets 28. “Mad I’m fu**ing your wifey,” Gucci alleges, while Rozay takes his own digs. “I push a button and them killers comin’/ Disrespect me, ni**as get nothin’.” (Rap-Up)
Last week, Gucci made a slew of accusations and took jabs at Jeezy with his “Truth” track.
“I ain’t playing wit ya, I ain’t trying to dance wit ya/I ain’t using hands, let them rubberbands get ya/It take money to go to war and we can go to war n*gga /I ain’t no real rapper, I’m a f*cking grave digger /I’m a old school fool, don’t make me show my age n*gga /Grab a Louisville and turn it to a batting cage n*gga /I did a song with Keyshia Cole and I know you still miss her /But Puff was f*cking her while you was falling in love wit her /Call you to do a song, wouldn’t even smoke no bud wit ya /I was screaming so icy and was a neighborhood n*gga /This AR is my back up cause I don’t need nan n*gga /Must didn’t hear when Flocka said “Let them guns blam n*gga!” (“Truth”)
This week, DJ Drama said Grand Hustle’s T.I. could help mend the feud between Ross/Jeezy.
“Maybe they’re not gonna be friends, maybe they’re not gonna go out to dinner, but hopefully, we can probably get some music from it,” Drama said in an interview. “I’m thinking now that it’s a public situation, maybe that somebody can step in. Maybe Tip can do it. Nah, Tip can. Tip is, both of those guys are friends’ of Tip. I’m not gonna say it’s the first thing on his mind, but at the end of the day — if it was something I could do, I would love to do that because I respect both of them. It doesn’t seem like something that we can’t get past.” (This Is 50)
Earlier this month, Jeezy addressed his problems with Gucci in a radio interview.
“I mean, I feel like everybody know that boy retarded, nobody take him seriously. He got an ice cream cone on his face. That being said, I’m not going back. I’m going forward. And then it’s crazy because they’ll call you and want you on a song. And then when you don’t get on a song, that’s what happens.” (“Big Boy’s Neighborhood”)
Check out “Respect Me” below: