Gucci Mane and many of his Brick Squad and BSM affiliates went at it on Twitter yesterday. The argument seemingly began with accusations that GuWop himself had paid the lawyer fees for Slim Dunkin's killer, but quickly progressed into money and label issues within the Squad.
Gucci Mane really hasn't had the best of years in 2013. He's feuded with many of his former affiliates, violated his probation and been arrested, was reportedly dropped from Atlantic Records, just to name of a few of his misadventures.
Coming unexpectedly is the news that Gucci Mane has just dropped Waka Flocka from his 1017 Brick Squad Records label.Taking to twitter not long ago, Gucci Mane announced that he dropped Waka Flocka from his Brick Squad label. Gucci didn't give much details other than that Waka has been "disloyal".
Rich Homie Quan is on the come-up. After the surprising success of his breakthrough hit, "Type Of Way," Quan easily could've faded into obscurity as a one-hit wonder, but instead he came back even harder with an unforgettable hook on YG's "My Nigga".
Although Gucci Mane's newest mixtape, Trap God 2, only dropped last week, he's already begun promoting what's next: an album, this one in his "Trap House" series. Gucci took to Twitter last night to announce the LP, Trap House 3: The Guwop Edition. The album will be available on iTunes July 2nd
Gucci Mane's lengthy Twitter rant will not be the peak of his erratic behavior this week. The Zone 6 rapper was taken into custody at 12:05 AM this morning after his Neighbor reported his irregular behavior to police.
When cops arrived on the scene, GuWop allegedly began "cursing and threatening them."
Whether or not Gucci Mane was hacked yesterday during his extended Twitter rant towards his fellow artists remains to be seen. The strange rant resulted in responses from Nicki Minaj, Tyga, T.I. and more (some of which have since been deleted), as well as some really funny memes.
Gucci Mane has announced that Chief Keef is "the newest member of Bricksquad" via Twitter, along with an image bearing the logo of "1017 GLO GANG". This comes as the second large label announcement Gucci has made over twitter, after dropping Waka Flocka Flame from the team a few months back.
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. According to TMZ, Gucci has filed a lawsuit against Waka, and his mother, Debra Antney, who was Gucci's manager for some time.
Gucci Mane's lengthy twitter rant was certainly a spectacle, but left a lot of people wondering how much of it was based on fact, and ho much was completely fabricated. Gucci Mane called out plenty of rappers, and got pretty explicit in recalling his sexual history.
Gucci Mane dropped three mixtapes (WW3: Molly, Gas & Lean) on iTunes three days ago, on the same day he started calling out his rap enemies on Twitter-- Young Jeezy, T.I., Yo Gotti, and lastly, his most recent beefing partner, Waka Flocka.
Gucci Mane is one of the most prolific rappers. So far this year he's released six projects, five of which were for free. Now Gucci will bring that total up to nine, with the announcement of a three-tape release, World War 3- Molly, Gas, and of course, Lean.