News: Ludacris Says He Won't Disturb Big Sean's Peace Anymore [Video]
Monday, Jun 25, 2012 4:32PM
Disturbin' Tha Peace head Ludacris has finally addressed his publicized Big Sean feud from last year and said despite the negative speculation, they have patched things up.
Although mum on the details, Luda revealed they reconciled their differences at an overseas show.
"We can keep is positive right now, we gonna stay off the negativity. We just gonna keep it in a positive direction," Luda told hip-hop personality Bootleg Kev. "Let's do that -- [Did we chop it up?] We actually did, man, and he just addressed it, I believe, on BET. So, we had a show in Australia, yeah, we had a show in Australia and we actually got a chance to sit down. So that's why I said we gonna keep it positive right now. Everything's positive." (Bootleg Kev)
Over the spring, Sean blamed his rising popularity for making him a Luda target.
As for Ludacris and some of the new generation of emcees catching heat from their elders, Sean sees it as a ploy to remain relevant rather than any real ill will. "I just think people are trying to get attention," Sean says through a coy smile. "I don't really give a f*ck though. I'm just going to do my thing. I don't really care about Ludacris in any way. It don't even matter. I'm pretty sure he's gonna...nevermind. I do wish much success to him and I hope he continues to be a great rapper." (The Well Versed)
Back in November, Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah offered his opinion on the Sean/Luda feud.
"It is what it is, it's rap music. I'm not trying to get into any little kid sh*t. You know what I mean," he said in an interview. "I'm a grown man, B. You know what I mean? Grown men do grown men things. We don't got no time. We gotta get this money, man. Unless these n*ggas are already sitting on it, you know what I mean, but enough of that. You know what I mean? We should be getting at the real enemy, you know what I mean? That had us oppressed for all those years. Not at each other right now." (Montreality)
A week prior, Ludacris released a visual to his subliminal "Bada Boom" 1.21 Gigawatts mixtape record.
"Bada Boom" has been getting a lot of attention lately. The buzz started when everyone realized what Ludacris was talking about. The so-called "beef" even got explained in an animated video, and despite the fact that Big Sean denied any sour feelings on his part, this doesn't seem like something that's going to die down by itself, especially now that the mixtape track that started it all has its own video. (Complex)
Check out Ludacris' interview below:
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