Jeezy and Rick Ross just recently ended the beef between one another and they even dropped a new song called “War Ready.” The collaboration with each other shocked the hip-hop world and now it is looking like we will get a music video from the two.
According to reports, Ross and Jeezy linked up during the NBA All Star Weekemd in New Orleans to shoot the visual for “War Ready.”
Rick Ross and Jeezy put their beef aside and went in front of the cameras to shoot a video for their collaboration “War Ready” during NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans. Gun shots rang out as the hip-hop titans turned a warehouse into a violent battlefield in the TAJ-directed clip. “History. Bet that,” tweeted TAJ. (Rap-Up)
T.I. recently spoke to MTV and explained how he had a part in reuniting the one time rivals.
“I ain’t gonna say I brokered peace and got them in the studio,” T.I. says during an interview with MTV. “One of my closest partners in the game, man — Young Jeezy — I simply said to him, ‘We done did as much as we can do with this. It’s gone as far as we can take it, ain’t nothing else to do if it ain’t nothing that can’t be talked about, that hasn’t gone so far that a muthafucka can’t come back and…do what the fuck we do, man. Get money.’ War costs money.”
Check out some behind the scenes footage from the “War Ready” video.