Gucci Mane Suing Waka Flocka & His Mother [Update: Waka's Mom Says Gucci Needs Dr. Phil] Nov 20, 2013 at 04:12pm
Though Gucci Mane has made plans to enter rehab and get his life back on track, it seems his conflict with Waka Flocka is far from over.
Gucci Mane recently revealed that a Brick Squad compilation album is on the way, and it will indeed feature Waka Flocka, who in recent months has been beefing with Gucci.
Waka Flocka has a couple of projects in the works, but the most eagerly anticipated has to be his upcoming sequel to Flockaveli. It looks as if the release date may be approaching, as Flocka has revealed some new tour dates in support of the project.
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Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane have had their differences in the past, though they seemed to always reconcile in the end. This time however, it seems as if the Brick Squad partnership is officially over.
Waka Flocka's performances are generally rowdy, but ultimately positive experiences, so it comes as a surprise the BSM rapper's show in Santa Ana, CA last night led to a seemingly random act of violence.
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Trappin’ ain’t dead, but its king is still a subject to debate. Founded at the turn of the 21st century, ATL’s lyrical dope game has been led by the likes of Young Jeezy, T.I., and Shawty Lo. However, the authority of these monarchs is now questionable.
Imagine a middle school student walking into his or her classroom and being surprised to see one of the most popular Southern rappers there.That's exactly happened when students were greeted by rapper Gucci Mane who took some time out of his busy schedule tod
While Wyclef Jean was a very prominent artist in the 90s, his presence in hip hop has been rather small as of late. The former Fugee has announced his comeback mixtape, April Showers, and hopes to reach a new generation of fans with his upcoming project.
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