The decade-long beef between Jeezy and Gucci Mane has come to an end, and Jeezy has left fans confused with the lyric “I own half of Atlanta”. Here’s the truth.

Jeezy and Gucci Mane took part in the latest “The Verzuz” battle, which will definitely go down in hip hop history. We wouldn’t have imagined this.

For the winner to be announced, the rappers had to compete in 20 rounds, all equally spicy considering the history between the two rappers.

Verzuz battle: Jeezy vs Gucci Mane

This Verzuz battle was very an intriguing one, as the two American rappers have a 15-year-old beef, which includes several diss tracks, fights and a murder charge against Gucci Mane for the death of Jeezy’s friend Pookie Loc.

Fans were on the edge of their seats during the whole battle, but the peak of it was when Gucci Mane decided to shade Jeezy’s ice (jewellery) game by rapping “My outfit cost 10 bands, look at my opponent man. Look at him”.

Jeezy backfired in the most savage way ever singing: “I don’t have no $10,000 outfit, but I own half of Atlanta.”

While the two rappers have seemingly put their beef to the side after they sang “So Icy” together during the Verzuz battle and hosted an afterparty together, fans were left confused: Does Jeezy really own half of Atlanta?

Does Jeezy own half of Atlanta?

  • No, Jeezy doesn’t own half of Atlanta, that would be impossible. What Jeezy really owns is a very successful real estate agency in Atlanta.

While Gucci Mane was trying to show off his jewellery collection worth $5 million and shade Jeezy for his outfit choices, Jeezy pulled a reverse Uno card and flexed his Atlanta real estate agency, which is worth way more than Gucci Mane’s jewellery.

Fans found Jeezy’s lyric confusing in the beginning but afterwards took over Twitter to comment on the savage lyric. Jeezy really did something there.

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