Gucci Mane and Meek Mill have performed at Rick Ross’ car show with no interference from neighbors or disturbances from attendees.

MSL Media caught footage of both superstar rappers performing on Sunday (June 3) and posted it on an Instagram page dedicated to the car show which takes place at Rozay’s sprawling Promise Land estate in Georgia every year. While Gucci Mane performed 2010’s “I Think I Love Her,” in the video clip, Meek Mill performed 2012’s “Ima Boss,” featuring Rick Ross

According to Fox 5, Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb gave kudos to Rick Ross and his team for running a flawless event.

“He hired a really good team that put together a lot of good work for us,” Babb told the outlet. “We’ve been able to work with multiple agencies, really the only thing with some minor inconveniences with traffic. It’s been really good for the community as far as law enforcement because we’re able to get to work together in a way we’ve never worked before.”

One fan from Miami told the outlet they were glad they were in attendance and that Ross was able to pull everything together for the car show.

For weeks leading up to the popular event, tension between DJ Envy and Rozay started earlier this month when the MMG mogul took a swipe at the Breakfast Club co-host during his interview on Drink Champs, declaring he was “never on my level” when it comes to hosting car shows.

After light jabs were exchanged, things quickly became personal when Rick Ross dragged DJ Envy’s family into the feud, requesting he and his girlfriend and children clean his swimming pool

Envy fired back by donning a police uniform and doing an “Officer Ricky” impression on The Breakfast Club, taking shots at Ross’ past stint as a correctional officer, which has remained a contentious point of discussion throughout his career.

Things escalated last week when Gunplay put DJ Envy on blast after posting a phone conversation where the former MMG rapper demanded an apology from the radio host for bringing up his newborn daughter’s GoFundMe page

While engaging in his car show feud with Rick Ross, Envy condemned Rozay for not publicly supporting Gunplay’s GoFundMe or helping take care of his child’s medical bills following her emergency heart surgery.

“Why you talking crazy about me my brother?” Gunplay pressed Envy during the call. “What I had to do with anything, and my wife posting a GoFundMe? My baby was sick. She had a heart defect. That has nothing to do with cars. You know I’ll slap the shit out you, boy! Envy, for real, you know I’ll slap the shit out of you, right?”

Envy responded: “We can fight, but that’s not the reason I’m saying that… I wasn’t trying to disrespect you. I wasn’t talking about your daughter. If you feel like you were disrespected, I’m talking to you like a man. I would never. If you feel I did, I apologize. That wasn’t my intention.”

The leaked conversartion could potentially result in Gunplay facing up to five years in prison, as it’s against the law to record a person’s private phone call without their permission in the state of Florida

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