Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy is going to start needing to hand out tickets as just weeks after Gucci Mane went at his neck, another Southern hip-hop artist wants a piece of the “Snowman.”
Rapper Bleu Davinci has accompanied his anti-Jeezy “I Got Right” anthem witha new music video.
It is hard to find somebody who has made more enemies in the past couple of weeks than Mitt Romney. After Mitt Romney, it’s got to be Young Jeezy. Ranging from Gucci Mane, Rick Ross and now BMF’s Bleu Davinci, it seems like everybody wants a piece of The Snowman; and not in a nice way. Davinci, who was one of Jeezy’s former cohorts in his earlier days, dropped a video for his scathing diss record “I Got Right.” This is a response to Jeezy’s latest single “Get Right,” which should be on his forthcoming, still untitled album. (Hip Hop Wired)
Around mid-October, Bleu dropped the unexpected diss track.
When Jeezy pushed out “Get Right” yesterday, the verses sounded like they were sure to get under the skin of someone except most of us didn’t know exactly who they were directed at. To end at least some of the speculation, former associate Bleu Davinci steps up and releases his own track, “Got Right,” featuring a guest appearance from none other than BMF head Big Meech. With his version of the track, Bleu accuses Da Snowman of being fake and not holding Meech down during his jail stint, which is followed by phoned in audio of Meech airing out his grievances as well. Considering how all three of these guys came into the music business together, the latest narrative twist on was between Jeezy and Bleu in the Black Mafia Family’s story. (Smoking Section)
A few weeks ago, Davinci acknowledged his issues with Jeezy on Twitter.
“@TripleHQ @youngjeezy Nigga done woke up the vampire!! Im tired of playin n*gga it is what it is!! #BMF4LIFE,” he tweeted October 12th. (Bleu Davinci’s Twitter)
Last week, Gucci Mane dropped his “Truth” record going at the fellow ATL rapper.
“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”)
Check out “I Got Right” below: