Westside Gunn and Mach Hommy squash their beef on Christmas
West and Mach appear to be cool with each other once again.
It seems like Griselda’s Westside Gunn and New Jersey rapper Mach Hommy have put their past issues behind them.
On Friday (Dec. 25), Gunn uploaded a photo of himself and Mach posted up together for the first time in a while. As if that wasn’t enough, the FLYGOD rapper also posted another photo of himself with Mach and The God Fahim. The pair of photos with the rappers he previously collaborated with stunned longtime Griselda fans. They flooded the comments with their hopes for brand new music from Gunn, Mach and Fahim.
“ONCE your a FASHION REBEL… ALWAYS A FASHION REBEL” MERRY XMAS from the FLYGOD x MACH HOMMY!!!!! #GXFR #ART #CULTURE #ICON #2021,” Gunn tweeted.
“Don’t think @THAGODFAHIM wasn’t there too,” Gunn said in a separate tweet. “Now let me get back to my original plan… I’m the curator of ALL curators #FLYGOD Wats next HBO 2 or DGSN2 or just start wit a fresh canvas…. stay tuned 2021 #GXFR.”
Westside Gunn’s history with Mach Hommy and The God Fahim goes as far back as the mid 2010’s. Mach and Fahim were a part of Gunn’s crew and even assisted the rapper with various things like producing beats and shooting video. According to several Reddit threads, the real issues began when Westside Gunn didn’t want to give Fahim a free verse, which offended Fahim. After several diss tracks were exchanged, Mach appeared to side with Fahim thus causing a rift between them and Gunn.
Despite their past problems, the Griselda rapper appears to have called a truce among Mach Hommy and The God Fahim. The last public sign of reconciliation surfaced back in June when Gunn shouted out Mach and Fahim during his interview with Nardwuar.
Griselda’s Conway The Machine and Benny The Butcher have yet to comment publicly on their reunion. Nonetheless, it seems as though there’s more hope for new collaborative efforts between Griselda, Mach Hommy and The God Fahim in the near future.
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