Conway the Machine on Benny the Butcher/Freddie Gibbs Beef: ‘I Wish That Never Happened’

Conway the Machine on Benny the Butcher/Freddie Gibbs Beef: ‘I Wish That Never Happened’


The Freddie Gibbs and Benny the Butcher beef has reached no resolution. And that isn’t particularly enjoyed by Conway The Machine.

Conway pulled up on DJ Akademiks and his Off the Record podcast and revealed why he thinks the situation is bad for him personally.

“That nigga Gibbs, my nigga, man. I wish that shit never happened,” Conway explained. “I would love to squash that. I wish I could have. If I was there, I don’t know if that would’ve happened. I’m talking about none of it, not just the shit that they talking about.”


The Machine added, “And Benny, my cousin, I’m riding with Benny regardless of whatever happens. But if it was up to me, none of that shit would’ve never happened.”

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On the music end, Conway The Machine’s Drumwork Records Spring takeover continues with Pain Provided Profit, his collaborative project with Jae Skeese, which is now available. This comes after the conclusion of his most recent sold-out Reject Mania European tour and the announcement of his own upcoming solo album, Won’t He Do It.

Jae Skeese, the first artist to sign with Conway The Machine’s Drumwork Music Group brand, contributed vocals to the first single from La Maquina, “Blood Roses,” and two tracks on the deluxe edition of From King To A GOD by Conway The Machine. In addition to performing on God Don’t Make Mistakes, Conway’s debut album on Shady Records, Skeese continued to rise by helping the album’s release by collaborating with Conway on two separate freestyles that were featured on Bootleg Kev and LA Leakers.

You can hear the new release below and let us know if you feeling Jae Skeese.