Troy Ave Suggests Gucci Mane Should Have Killed Jeezy During Verzuz

HipHop News Publicado en noviembre 23, 2020 a 4:15

Troy Ave Suggests Gucci Mane Should Have Killed Jeezy During Verzuz

Remember how he Brooklyn native was arrested for attempted murder in 2016?

Troy Ave is probably the last person who should be talking about killing anyone.

In 2016, the Crown Heights, Brooklyn native was arrested for attempted murder and illegal weapons possession following a shooting at a T.I. concert at New York City’s Irving Plaza. But his pending legal troubles didn’t stop him from making an inflammatory statement about the recent Jeezy and Gucci Mane Verzuz battle. .centered-ad {

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On Sunday (November 22), Troy headed to his Instagram Stories to weigh in on the historic event and in the process, insinuated Jeezy should’ve just murdered Gucci in front of the 1.8 million people who’d tuned in for the highly anticipated face-off.

“If you killed somebody I love and we performing on camera…well I guess I’m killing u on camera,” he wrote. “#StreetsIsAMyth.”


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Of course, Troy is referring to the 2005 shooting of The Snowman’s associate Pookie Loc who Gucci shot and killed in what he says was “self-defense.” Needless to say, the fact the two rap vets were able to be in the same room was significant in itself.

The battle kicked off on November 19 nearly an hour after its scheduled start time but from the jump, Gucci was seemingly out for blood. He started the battle with the 2012 Jeezy diss track


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