Jeezy released a new track called "Therapy for My Soul," where he took aim at 50 Cent and Freddie Gibbs, who was once signed to Jeezy's CTE label in 2011. Things between Gibbs and Jeezy fell apart a few years later, with Freddie telling MTV News in 2013 that he was tired of the "fake and the empty promises" from Jeezy and likened him to a "scary lil' boy."

On Jeezy's latest track, he takes aim at Gibbs with the line, "If One-Five wasn't my dawg, I would've touched them/When that sh*t went down with Gibbs, I couldn't trust 'em/Invested my hard earn money, tied up my bread/But he gon' try to tell you I'm flawed, that's in his head/It's happening just the way that I said it, good on your own/And if I'm honest nothin' gangsta about you, leave this alone." 

Jeezy then addressed 50 Cent, who publicly went after the Atlanta rapper amid the early release of BMF's Southwest T. Jeezy raps, "Since we talkin' boss talk, let's address the sucka sh*t/Grown man playin' on Instagram, real sucka sh*t/Why the f*ck this clown n**** playin' with my legacy?/Solid in these streets, that's some sh*t that you will never be/Talking 'bout power, but weak n****s do the most/In real life, n**** you really borrow money from Ghost/All that lil' boy sh*t, yeah it make it evident/Made millions in these streets, what the f*ck is 50 Cent?"

Freddie responded to Jeezy on Twitter, writing, "BMF put U in a headlock in front of me. U gotta come harder than this snow flake. @Jeezy." He followed up with a tweet about Jeezy's upcoming Verzuz battle with Gucci Mane, writing, "@jeezy n***a smoked yo partner and u bout to sit in the room and do a verzuz wit him. Don’t talk no street sh*t to me fam."