Gibbs has most recently declared he won't stop throwing shots at his former comrade until Jeezy responds to the disses.
"I'mma stay on his punk ass till he say something about it. I'mma keep drilling his punk ass into the ground," Freddie told Grantland.com this week.
The Gary, Indiana MC recently linked with producer Madlib, and the duo dropped their collaborative Piñata LP. The soulful-yet-gangsta album is filled with a number of highlights, including the jaw-dropping "Real," where Gibbs takes aim at Jeezy.
"I thought the world was at my feet when I linked up with Snow/ But I refused to be his flunky, so we don't kick it no mo'," he spits over the slow-rolling track.
"No nuts, got the whole team lookin' weak/ Guess why they ran up on you at the BET?" he continues, referencing Jeezy's altercation with Rick Ross at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta.
Gibbs signed to Jeezy's CTE in 2011, but split from the label a year later. "I started seein' the fake and the empty promises and all of that stuff and I just didn't wanna be around that no more," he told MTV News last year. "It's tough meetin' your heroes sometimes and kickin' [it] with them because when they take that cape off, boy oh boy, under that cape, sometimes it's some scary lil' boy hidin' under that cape."
Jeezy has yet to address any of Gibbs' comments, but the Baby Face Killa is staying on the offensive.
"Nobody wanted to give me a record deal or any type of shot. Even Jeezy, he didn't wanna give me the opportunity that he promised me," Gibbs told Grantland. "It was like, damn, the industry totally was against me. But I know what I had in my brand and I know my fanbase, and just 'cause the record labels or Young Jeezy or some mothaf--kin' rapper tell me I can't do it, I'm not gonna not do it."