People have Freddie Gibbs mistaken, according to the rapper. When asked whether or not he may be too outspoken, Young Jeezy's most anticipated signee owns up to the description.

"Sometimes, yeah definitely," he tells The BoomBox. "Whenever. Twenty four [hours], seven [days a week]. I don't think I have a bad attitude though. I mean, I'm not a rude bastard. I'm not inconsiderate. I'm not one of them n----s, like probably the run-of-the-mill, normal people you run into in the rap game. I'm not like that, I don't act like that with people. I'm just a regular muhf---er. I just ain't with the bulls--- when I sense bulls---."

The Gary, Ind. native is known for speaking his mind in the most colorful way, even firing not so subtle shots at some other up-and-coming artists from rival camps -- including Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group. Gibbs says his focus isn't to call anyone out necessarily.

"I just speak my mind," the rapper states. "I don't really be trying to single nobody out or nothing like that. Just whatever's on my mind at the time I may use them for an example. But that's about it. I don't really know nobody personally to have no personal problem with them but just like the fans that comment on these artists and their music, I'll watch the game and comment on it too."

Proud to be signed to Jeezy's Corporate Thugz Entertainment imprint, Gibbs reveals it's been smooth sailing so far under the Snowman's watch, as he figured it would be. "I kinda knew," he admits. "We worked it out before. There's things you talk about. I mean, a man has to respect another man and how we work. He knows I'm not gon' do no bulls--- and I gotta get done what I gotta get done."

As for why the 'F.A.M.E.' creator signed him, the answer is fairly simple. "I can get girls, that's the main part..." he quips with a smile. "Nah, I just bring something different to the table. I was on my grind on my own before [Young Jeezy] came in the picture, and he respected that."

Freddie Gibbs' latest mixtape, 'A Cold Day in Hell,' is slated to be released Oct. 31. One of the rhymer's new songs, 'Look Easy,' can be heard on the soundtrack to support the NBA 2K12 video game.

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