It seems to be open hunting season for everyone in the Sniper Gang camp. Just a few days ago, Sniper Gang deputy 22Gz fired off a scathing freestyle, for which a goonie-type music video replete with balaclavas and firearms was consequently made to order. This past week, rap fans learned of Kodak Black's animosity towards Lil Wayne over what he deemed a "lack of courtesy," my words not his.
Now it's 22Gz's turn to run the hate meter out of control. His "Sniper Gang Freestyle" promptly takes aim at several noted figures in the rap game: Tekashi 6ix9ine, G Herbo, and Tory Lanez, and to a lesser extent Kooda B.
Before running yourselves dizzy trying to figure out the nature of the problem, consider this: 22Gz is an artist Kodak signed out of Brooklyn who just wrapped up a prison bid, so understandably he's looking to make a little noise, even at the cost/risk of ruffling some feathers. He isn't the first to give this strongarmed tactic a try.
This shit ain't no diss, ain't no Tory Lanez
I pull out that blick and leave no remains
You don't want these Blicky n***as parked inside of Highbridge
Look what I did, got the ladder hanging out the stick
Looking like a high bridge, you could die, kid.