Since C.I.A. operatives took out Osama bin laden over the weekend, the majority of the U.S. has been rejoicing for taking out one of America's most sought after terrorists.
Some, however, have received the news with skepticism. For one hip-hop artist, it may be a flat-out lie.
CTE recording artist, Freddie Gibbs, expressed his opinion about the Osama headlines during a recent appearance on Power 105's Breakfast Club morning show in New York (spotted at HHDX).
The Gary, Indiana rapper said he doesn't believe the government, and scolding those supporting the assassination.
"I think it's all bullsh**. Government propaganda. I don't know what to believe right now. They probably got a bin Laden stunt double they killed," Gibbs said during the interview. "I don't want to disrespect no victims of 9/11, but he probably ain't had nothing to do with that. We don't know. It's up in the air. The government holds so many secrets. That's why all you motherf***ers that's outside the White House cheering, I don't know what the f*** y'all cheering for. That sh** is stupid."
While Americans are celebrating bin Laden's historical death, Gibbs is more worried about the consequences from bin Laden's supporters.
"If people think that the Arab nations just gon' let this sh** rock -- we killed Gaddafi's son and bin Laden in the same week -- it's about to be some sh**," he said. "Y'all motherf***ers think it's just gon' blow over like that and it ain't no thing? Whatever, man. You gotta respect everybody's culture and religion. And America, we always trying to be the world police and it's just going to bite us in the ass."
Despite his brash comments about the U.S. government's overseas decisions, Gibbs says he sympathizes with President Barack Obama, saying he's "probably the most stressed n**** in America right now."
Gibbs, who recently signed to Young Jeezy's CTE imprint, is currently prepping the release of his upcoming mixtape, A Cold Day in Hell, set to drop June 14.