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You’re Killin’ Me: Gunplay, Jeezy & Ross

October 3, 2012 · Posted in editorial, you're killin me · 18 Comments 

How convenient for me. Last week I spoke about hip-hop’s musical image, and this week, to my writing pleasure, Gunplay decided to get wild at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. But it didn’t stop there. Mr. Gunplay went on TMZ Live on Monday and talked about wanting to snap 50 Cent’s neck. Gun’ I know you want to kill 50, but guess who you’re already killin? Me. Damn homie, in High School, you must’ve been the man, homie! I guess this is the reason teachers tell students to stay away from drugs. Drugs are bad m’kay. Gunplay, you’re killin’ me. But hold up, Gunplay’s melee with 50′s crew was only 1 of 2 fights at the BET Awards. Let me catch up, Gunplay, Jeezy, Ross, you’re killin’ me.


So why did Mr. Gunplay decide to start a 5-on-1 brawl with 50′s crew? Because he wanted to redeem himself since he’s always wanted to punch 50′s face. Hey, I wish I was making this up but he said this in two separate interviews. He says that he got jumped, but we believe him right, because he’s an angel, and was just minding his own business? Gunplay reminds me of the Middle Schooler fighting in the playground because he dropped his apple sauce on the cafeteria floor. Except, I don’t know if Gunplay started scrapping because brains fried his drugs or because he’s seeking attention. Either way, he’s killin’ me.

Unfortunately, Gunplay’s melee was only half of BET’s troubles. Jeezy and Ross also got into a brawl backstage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. These two fighting is somewhat more justified since these two go way back with their beef. The thing that kills me is the fact that Ross and Jeezy are both grown dudes in their mid-30′s fighting like a bunch of toddlers. Award shows are a celebration of one’s achievements. It’s shameful how some rappers can’t even act civilized for a few hours. To quote Jay’s “22 Two’s,” our community “don’t know how to go in places and act properly.” Can’t we all just get along? Also, shout out to the guy filming the Jeezy-Ross fight. I didn’t know that potatoes could record in 360p.

One fight is normal per say, but two fights at the same award show? What’s Rick Ross feeding his MMG crew? They walked into the Atlanta Civic Center wanting to destroy everything in their path. This is why no one ever respects hip-hop. Rappers can’t even act like professionals at award shows. To advance musically, we have to advance culturally first. Hip-Hop is very “macho,” and it’s all about who’s bigger and badder. Lately, we’ve been seeing a change with rappers like Hopsin, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar. We can all act tough because that’s what makes hip-hop different and better but everything changes when people actually start getting violent. It’s not even justified either. Gunplay fought because he didn’t like 50′s face, and Ross and Jeezy fought because of some beef that nobody really cares about. I tell you what, instead of fighting over beef, Ross should’ve ate it and it would’ve been over right there? Hilarious jokes aside, Gunplay, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, you’re killin’ me. Don’t you kids know not to fight on field trips?

Written by @QuezKHH, like me on facebook.

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18 Responses to “You’re Killin’ Me: Gunplay, Jeezy & Ross”

  1. AfricaRising on October 3rd, 2012 10:49 pm

    Its intresting that there was a time when the gangsta image was the prominent figure in Hip Hop. Lol. Stop fighting men!

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  2. ThatHaitianNigga on October 3rd, 2012 10:54 pm

    lol, yo. i’ve been here with you guys since the beginning.. but yo, i have to say it, that article was dumb as shit. Gunplay’s “beef” goes way back with 50 like.. 2007 or smthing. and youtube it, but you’ll find another video of gunplay getting his ass whooped by some brooklyn goon. and, gunplay didnt start that shit, you can see 50 and his goon doing some pussy shit and going 5 on 1 on that nigga… so yea most of those things you said weren’t true…
    keep up with the good work tho & those “you’re killing me” shit(y)

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    Wu Tang Reply:

    @ThatHaitianNigga,
    today it came out another better video who you can see G unit aint did some pussy shit. When someone walks up on you to touch your boss what the hell are you supposed to do ? talk with him? letting him punch your boss ? hell no you gotta get that nigga.

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  3. Luminous Story on October 3rd, 2012 10:57 pm

    Gunplay got destroyed LOL

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    Justme Reply:

    @Luminous Story, I don’t think so…when five men beat you and you can stand right after and beat Mike Knox i don’t think that you’re really “destroyed”.

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  4. Angel on October 4th, 2012 12:01 am

    It’s just how they grew up dawg it’s there “hood instincts” you can leave the hood but the hood don’t leave you

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  5. Justme on October 4th, 2012 12:21 am

    Why is he saying that it’s Gunplay that began the fight?! He puts all the blam on him saying nothing on Fifty. I don’t understand why a single man would fight against five other. Moreover he was sober…

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    G Reply:

    @Justme, Straight up Nigga!!! Salute Nigga. MMG hoe.

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    Jay Reply:

    @Justme,
    You can actually see Gunplay backing up as 50 is approaching looks like gunplay is saying something then that dude 50 knock him on his ass @12sec mark!

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  6. MosDef on October 4th, 2012 12:56 am

    Its just all around sad. These guys are rich n still act like animals. Its a shame they’re never going to grow up. Using “they’re from the hood” as an excuse is stupid too. That doesn’t mean you have to act like a kid all your life.

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  7. ichyowie on October 4th, 2012 3:11 am

    this is all true no doubt…but how can you use j cole as an example if he dissed diggy again? that was just childish

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  8. The Royal One on October 4th, 2012 3:39 am

    Why was Gunplay even at the BET hip hop awards ? He wasn’t nominated or performing so he’s excuse looks like he came up there to start shit.

    Ross & Yeezy I don’t give a fuck at all about their “so called beef”. Still wondering how it got started, what are they really fighting about & why did they both make those weak subminial diss songs in 2010.

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    AfricaRising Reply:

    @The Royal One, Uhm. Its Ross and Jeezy. Yeezy’s front row at Fashion Week. Lol.

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  9. swagfag on October 4th, 2012 4:26 am

    gunplay is wack as fuck!
    he just needs some attention tryin to mess with some mainstream bastard. but you ain’t gettin nothin gunplay. you’re videos are weird and your lyrics are wack too. its like tyler the creator and some white women had sex and ehh..you get their weird lookin creature

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  10. Listen To Charlie on October 4th, 2012 10:05 am

    “I wasn’t there” or “Not involved”
    HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
    That dude killed me!

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  11. Listen To Charlie on October 4th, 2012 10:13 am

    “To advance musically, we have to advance culturally first. Hip-Hop is very “macho,” and it’s all about who’s bigger and badder. Lately, we’ve been seeing a change with rappers like HOPSIN, J. COLE, and KENDRICK LAMAR”.
    .
    Best lines from this post, but you missed DEE-1.

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  12. no on October 4th, 2012 1:27 pm

    the getto- image was cool at start, not saying there can’t be any ganstarappers anymore. But hiphop is getting bigger every day, why can’t these pigs think ’bout the whole picture instead of their ego’s.
    Exactly why I hate MMG, they don’t respect hiphoplegends, don’t respect hiphop awards & start fights over nothing, really in your 30′s? that’s just pathetic, do you want the world to make fun of your fans?
    Fucking egotistical idiots

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  13. Curt on October 9th, 2012 3:59 am

    Isn’t ross in his 40′s??

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