Gucci Vs Jeezy Verzuz Battle: Here's What Happened
Gucci and Jeezy. Photo credit: Variety.

Gucci Vs Jeezy Versuz battle ended peacefully.

NewsOne Nigeria reports that Jeezy and Gucci Mane’s Verzuz face-off took place tonight at Atlanta’s Magic City, and for most of the broadcast, it was not as cordial of an event as previous Verzuz battles.

Following a delay apparently due to COVID-19 testing, Stacey Abrams made an appearance to encourage people to vote in the Senate runoff election in Georgia. “Can you wipe my record clean,” Gucci asked. Shortly after, Gucci opened by performing the Jeezy diss track “Round 1.” Find a track-by-track breakdown of how the night played out below.

Before “Gangsta Music,” Jeezy refused to stand up from his chair while Gucci remained on his feet. “That was cute,” each of them said at different points in response to their counterpart’s performance. Gucci kept picking newer songs during rounds where Jeezy played tracks from 2005 (or, as Gucci called it, “that old ass shit”).

Later, Gucci bragged about his jewelry and outfit. “I want y’all to praise my outfit,” he said. “It cost 10 bands. Look at my opponent! Look at my opponent!” Jeezy replied, “I didn’t know this was a fashion show,” and then he bragged about how much real estate he owns in Atlanta.

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After Gucci performed the Jeezy diss “Truth,” Jeezy took a moment to explain why he invited Gucci to take T.I.’s place. “I tell you what though—when I called you and extended this invite my n—a, I did it as a real man,” Jeezy said. “It’s been 20 motherfuckin’ years.” Gucci corrected him that their feud had been going for 15 years. “OK, well however many, you’re still talkin’ the same shit.”

The two interrupted each other repeatedly. “I told you straight off the dribble, n—a, we can’t do nothin’ if it ain’t street,” Gucci said. “If I can’t perform the truth we ain’t doin’ it.” Jeezy assured him it was “all good” and continued:

“When I said I wanted to do this shit for the culture, that’s what I wanted to do, n—a, I wanted to show you that the world care about what the fuck we got goin’ on because we are the culture. You feel me? Me and you. Where we came from. What we been through, n—a. Us. Me and you. All these kids out here doing what the fuck they do because they saw what went on with us, dog. So this shit ain’t about me, this shit ain’t about you.”

Jeezy then named recently killed rappers including King Von, Pop Smoke, and Nipsey Hussle. After Jeezy performed one more, Gucci’s next pick was another Jeezy diss track.

In the final round, the two rappers announced plans to end their feud right there with a joint performance of “Icy,” Gucci’s Jeezy-featuring 2005 song. Gucci thanked Jeezy for extending the olive branch, and then announced they were going to a club together.

The last Verzuz match featured Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight. Previous battles have been between Brandy and Monica, Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, 2 Chainz and Rick Ross, and DMX and Snoop Dogg.


Round 1:

Gucci Mane: Round 1
Jeezy: Intro

Round 2:

Gucci Mane: Bench Warmers
Jeezy: Trap or Die [ft. Bun B]

Round 3:

Gucci Mane: I Think I Love Her [ft. Ester Dean]
Jeezy: Standing Ovation

Round 4:

Gucci Mane: Plain Jane [ft. Rocko]
Jeezy: Gangsta Music

Round 5:

Gucci Mane: I’m a Dog
Jeezy: Bottom of the Map

Round 6:

Gucci Mane: Vette Ride Past [ft. OJ Da Juiceman]
Jeezy: Jeezy the Snowman

Round 7:

Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, Kodak Black: Wake Up in the Sky
Boyz in Da Hood: Dem Boyz [ft. Diddy]

Round 8:

Gucci Mane: That’s My Hood
Jeezy: Let’s Get It/Sky’s the Limit

Round 9:

Gucci Mane: Both [ft. Drake]
Jeezy: Go Crazy

Round 10:

Gucci Mane: Bricks [ft. Yung Ralph & Yo Gotti]
Jeezy: All There [ft. Bankroll Fresh]

Round 11:

OJ Da Juiceman: Make tha Trap Say Aye [ft. Gucci Mane]
Jeezy: Who Dat

Round 12:

Lil Wayne: Steady Mobbin [ft. Gucci Mane]
Shawty Lo: Dey Know (Remix) [ft. Plies, Ludacris, Jeezy & Lil Wayne]

Round 13:

Gucci Mane: Heavy
Jeezy: Lost My Mind [ft. Plies]

Round 14:

Gucci Mane: Street N—az
Jeezy: Way Too Gone [ft. Future]

Round 15:

Gucci Mane: First Day Out
Jeezy: Air Forces

Round 16:

Gucci Mane: Photoshoot
Jeezy: Everythang

Round 17:

Gucci Mane: Wasted [ft. Plies]
Jeezy: Trap Star

Round 18:

Gucci Mane: Truth
Jeezy: Get Ya Mind Right

Round 19:

Gucci Mane: 745
Jeezy: Put On [ft. Kanye West]

Round 20:

Gucci Mane: Trap House
Jeezy: Seen It All [ft. JAY-Z]

Round 21:

Gucci Mane: I Get the Bag [ft. Migos]
Jeezy: Thug Motivation 101

Round 22:

Gucci Mane: Pillz
Jeezy: Soul Survivor

Round 23:

Gucci Mane: Gone Hate
Jeezy: J.E.E.Z.Y.

Round 24:

Gucci Mane: Lemonade
Jeezy: Welcome Back

Round 25:

Gucci Mane: Icy [ft. Jeezy]

Who is Gucci Mane?

Radric Delantic Davis is a 40-year-old recording artist who was born in Bessemer, Ala., a perennial favorite for one of the most dangerous cities in America. Gucci moved to Atlanta at 9, where he turned his life around after being detained for unlicensed pharmaceutical sales. Since grabbing the public’s attention by collaborating with another up-and-coming young rapper, Jay Wayne Jenkins, Gucci has released 13 studio albums and over 75 mixtapes.

Who is Jeezy?

Jay Wayne Jenkins is a 43-year-old recording artist who was born in Columbia, S.C. Like Gucci, Jeezy relocated to Atlanta at a young age and also embraced trap music after delving into the underground medicinal industry, eventually releasing nine studio albums and 18 mixtapes.

Who is more successful?

It depends on who you ask. Jeezy has undoubtedly had more commercial success, but Gucci Mane releases an album every 13 days.

Weren’t they friends?

Yes. Their initial success came from their collaboration on Gucci Mane’s “Black Tee.”

So what happened?

Well, the two teamed up for another hit song, “So Icy.” Everyone loved the song, but there was a dispute over which artist owned the song. Since Gucci’s debut album came out a month earlier than Jeezy’s first studio album, Gucci included it on his release.

Jeezy responded by recording “Stay Strapped,” which contained the lines:

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