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Freddie Gibbs On His Father’s Childhood Rivalry With Michael Jackson: ‘Mike Would F**k That N***a Up’

Freddie Gibbs revealed his six degrees of separation from Micheal Jackson is much closer than most. On a recent episode of “All The Smoke” podcast, the rapper shared that his father and the King of Pop were talent show rivals as kids.

Gibbs told hosts Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson that Jackson took no prisoners on the stage.

“Yeah, Michael Jackson used to beat my daddy’s a** in the talent shows,” said Gibbs.

“My dad [sang] in The Chi-Lites, a matter of fact. Him and Mike the same age, so they was always bumping heads in the talent shows, and Mike would f**k that n***a up. I’m like, ‘Fuck you thought, n***a?’”

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