Last week, Alley Boy became a topic of discussion when he released “I Want In.” There were many who felt the song was taking shots at T.I. and Young Jeezy. Because of “I Want In,” many people downloaded the full mixtape, Nigganati, which the song was featured on. Alley Boy soon discussed the song during an interview with AllHipHop.com.
Speaking with AllHipHop.com, Alley Boy said the song was not directly aimed at T.I. and Young Jeezy, but if they are offended by the song, it is their problem. Claiming he is not the type to beef, Alley Boy said if he ever took a shot, people would be bleeding. However, Alley Boy did have things to say about Young Jeezy during another interview.
Alley Boy spoke with Hip-Hop Wired, recently, and the conversation soon was about Young Jeezy and his affiliation with BMF. Last week, Bleu DaVinci called out Young Jeezy for distancing himself from BMF, after they were the ones who first supported him. Telling Hip-Hop Wired, he has talked to Big Meech, the head of the BMF on the phone, he said he told him to leave the streets alone and focus on music.
During his discussion with Big Meech, Young Jeezy’s name was also brought up. Alley Boy said he brought Young Jeezy’s name up, but he was not trying to start a beef with him. He posed the question if Young Jeezy was keeping it 100 with him. However, Big Meech revealed Young Jeezy is keeping it more 50/50 with him. Alley Boy said he feels Young Jeezy is on some “fake ass shit” because he has turned his back on the people who made him hot in Atlanta. To Alley Boy, that is a flaw in Young Jeezy’s character.