Benny The Butcher appears to post a video from Freddie Gibbs’ channel

Benny The Butcher is apparently pushing his beef with Freddie Gibbs and rapper Gary, Ind. riposte.

On Tuesday night (August 23), Benny The Butcher shared a video on his Instagram Story showing off his jewelry collection. “Just cleaning my jewellery, today. Nothing exciting, just cleaning my jewellery,” he says in the clip as the camera pans over an array of watches, chains and charms. One piece in particular appears to be one of Freddie Gibbs’ micro ESGN pendants.

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Freddie Gibbs appeared to confirm the channel was his in a fiery response on his Instagram story.

“Benny gay ass needs to stop flexing cause he was there and didn’t throw a punch,” Gibbs wrote, punctuating his sentence with a crying and laughing emoji. “Hoe ass niggas done all that brought in a cameraman and all for the promo. I still can’t wrap a play. Come on, start rapping about me so I can start talking about these sealed plea deals and shit… Heads up fades to solve it all. But nigga ain’t built like that.”

Freddie then brought up the fact that Benny was stripped of his jewelry and shot in Houston in 2020.

“Last time I checked… You had to buy a brand new set,” Freddie added.

Freddie Gibbs and Benny The Butcher’s personal beef went public in March when Benny said his working relationship with Freddie was going back and forth, following rumors they might be working on a joint project. Freddie reacted by telling the Buffalo, NY rapper to keep his name out of Benny’s mouth. Freddie continued to troll Benny until things came to a head in May, when a video surfaced showing Freddie Gibbs being assaulted at a restaurant in Buffalo while he was in town for a show. He then performed with a badly bruised face. Benny never took credit for Freddie Gibbs’ punch.

See Benny The Butcher showing Freddie Gibbs’ ripped off ESGN pendant and Freddie’s response below

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