In a few weeks, Flurr’s new “Wilder” album will be released. A few months later, Bushido’s solo album will follow again. This usually means that the beef season is back and both sides are shooting at the other. An album by the two of them was almost unimaginable in recent years without breaking each other.
This made Bushido’s offer of peace to Flickr all the more surprising. In a live stream, the manly boss talks directly to his childhood friend and explains that he no longer wants to declare war, but just wants peace:
“Anees brother, make a point. (…) here is my proposal. My peace proposal. I know that your album will come out at the end of the year anyway and after that you will go to Canada and it should be provided to you as well, because you will not be wandering here anyway without police protection. (…)
Baba Saad told me the same thing on the phone. Bushido is alone at the moment, currently under police protection and he still wants to, he still wants to go crazy. (…) And it was not a bad announcement. I am proposing peace to you here. Peace proposal. Peace. we want peace! peace of mind! We will never be friends again – we don’t even need to, the subject is over. But it is indeed an offer of peace.
The main focus of Flurr’s statement is the offer of peace to his arch enemy. As most of you may have noticed, however, he has not left such an uninterrupted piece of information in it. The 38-year-old claims that Bushido planned to evacuate Canada after his upcoming album as his police security was running out.
This statement is now supported by a former EGJ wrapper. Bass Sultan Hengtex shared the slogan of “Ersguterkannadier” on Facebook shortly before. He clearly supports his previous label’s name as well as Bushido’s emigration rumors.
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