''That's Some Buttf*ck Rap...''
6:00AM ET June 28th, 2011
Contributor : Monica Coleman
A Rocky Williform Company
Freddie Gibbs is an opinionated guy. Whether or not his opinions are worth a whole lot is debatable, but Gibbs recently clarified statements he's made in the past regarding Rick Ross and Lil B, while throwing salt on rappers like Big Sean and Wale.
"He makes good songs. I don't have no personal problem with him either. All I did was comment on some sh*t that's already known. Certain people just act like it didn't happen," Gibbs explained in an interview. "I wasn't saying, 'He's a b*tch a** n*gga, f*ck his family, and I'ma f*ck him up when I see him." Nah. I wasn't on some sh*t like that. I was just pointing out, 'Okay, yeah, you like that sh*t, but did you also know this? Did you see that too?' I was championing some sh*t like, take some things into consideration. That's all I was saying."
“All that shit was some bullsh*t, I just called it on that,” he said, recalling his first meeting with Lil B. “And he told me, ‘You know what man, you right. I’m not gay man. It’s love Gibbs, man.’ He thought I was about to dig into him, like do him like my song. But I’m not about to take my time to be dissing this n***a.”
“Don’t get it twisted, I’m not knocking no gay people or gay-bashing. I just see a young black dude putting a message out there like, ‘I’m gay,’” he continued. “I think that a motherf*cker with a platform like that should use that for something other than that.”
“That’s some buttf*ck rap. That’s a whole issue. I’m saying, you can’t even put these n***as [like Wale and Big Sean] in a category. You don’t know what they f*ck they are. I’m a gangsta rapper. That sh*t is just like if you had a box in here of sh*t you didn’t want, it was just miscellaneous sh*t, that’s where you’d throw them n***as. It’s a box of lost and found sh*t.”