- Gucci Mane and Jeezy trended on Thursday night during their epic Verzuz rap battle
- Gucci and Jeezy traded hits and low-key dissed each other during the intense battle
- Gucci and Jeezy ended the battle on a peaceful note when they performed So Icy - a track featuring both of them
Atlanta rap veterans Gucci Mane and Jeezy faced-off in an intense Verzuz rap battle on Thursday night, 19 November. The two rappers, who have been involved in an ongoing feud, traded hits and at times low-key dissed each other.
Many thought that the battle would not end well but the two legendary rappers ended it peacefully by performing a track titled So Icy, which features both of them.
Their excited fans took to social media to share their thoughts on both the musicians ending up the battle by performing the 2005 hit. Some believe that Gucci and Jeezy will mend their relationship after the battle.
Check out some of the comments from hip hop-heads who watched the battle below:
"This was a perfect ending."
"This is when I finally relaxed."
"They both look happy to do that song."
"Jeezy kept it 100% real, this is how you do it!!!"
"Love it, I have a whole new level of respect for @jeezy."
"That was legendary. Every song was a hit."
"I was watching this from start to finish and the ending gave me goosebumps."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that the epic Verzuz battle between rap legends Snoop Dogg and DMX had social media users divided on 22 July. Snoop and X faced off as part of the heavyweight bout on hip-hop producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland's Verzuz platform.
The battle began after a quick prayer and some chicken strips and Kool-Aid. The hip-hop stars brought their A game to the battle. They each played 20 of their best street classics, which sent fans into a frenzy on Verzuz IG Live.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee recently took to social media to share that he and US superstars Pharrell Williams and rapper Jozzy have been cooking something in studio.
The world-renowned Mzansi DJ took to Instagram on Monday, 16 November to share that the track will drop "globally" this Friday, 20 November. The Drive hitmaker also told his fans from across the world that he will also reveal some other exciting news about his upcoming album on the day. Coffee shared snaps of him, Pharrell and Jozzy in studio and captioned them:
"It's been an amazing journey on "10 Missed Calls" with Pharrell Williams (@pharrell) + Jozzy (@dopebyaccident)... dropping this Friday, November 20th GLOBALLY with some other exciting album news!"
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