Incase you missed it, over the weekend Kidd Kidd joined 50 Cent on stage for a soldout show at New York City’s Highland Ballroom. In a quick freestyle, Kidd Kidd made it clear he stood with 50 in the on-going beef between the Queens rapper and Meek Mill. However, he also went back to an old beef between G-Unit and Gunplay from the 2012 BET Awards. He rapped,
“Tell Gunplay he gon’ need gunplay if he wanna get his chain,”
Gunplay has since responded to the diss in an Instagram video where he said, when he sees Kidd Kidd he would, “slap the cat piss” out of him. Check out the video below.
MMG’s own Gunplay recently sat down with FADER to discuss the recent drama circulating in the rap world around Drake and Meek Mill’s beef that was ignited over ghostwriting claims. According to Gunplay, writing your own raps doesn’t even matter as much anymore like it did back in the day due to the fact everyone basically has a ghostwriter now-a-days. Hmmm, strong claim but I’m sure he has a very valid point. See what Gunplay had to say below in the short clip from his interview with FADER.
Gunplay is getting ready to drop his “Living Legend” album and the buzz is building. He has been on the grind lately doing promo for it and yesterday he was on ESPN’s “Highly Questionable” with Dan Le Batard & Bomani Jones. They talked about the album but they also covered a bunch of topics including the infamous fight Gunplay got into with 50 Cent and G-Unit at the BET awards in 2012. He also let it be known he was on the run the entire time and the fight actually was the reason he had to turn himself in because a judge saw him on video. He is still throwing shots at Fif’ over that night.
Gunplay throws a verse over Rico Richie’s street heater “Poppin”. Take a listen after the jump@
MMG’s Gunplay drops the visual for his freestyle over Kevin Gate’s “John Gotti” instrumental. Watch below.
MMG’s Gunplay drops “Know Me Like That” featuring Styles P & Tyler Woods. His project “Living Legend” hits retailers on July 31st.
UPDATE: With the release of Jay Z’s “Open Letter” rendition, Don Logan announces the official release date for, Living Legend. July 31. ORIGINAL: Some weeks ago, the rapper formally known as Gunplay, now Don Logan was to release his debut album off of Maybach Music Group. Living Legend was pushed back, and is now scheduled to release in the month of July.