Gucci Mane shocked fans when he announced that he had dropped Waka Flocka Flame from his Brick Squad 1017 label. But while some fans had hoped for a reconciliation, the damage seems to be beyond repair.
“Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil nigga,” tweeted Gucci earlier this month.
Gucci’s reps claimed he was hacked, but Waka isn’t buying it. “Nah, that Twitter wasn’t hacked because we had a conversation before that. Real aggressive words like, ‘Ni**a let’s get up, let’s do this,'” Waka said during an appearance on MTV’s “RapFix Live.”
However, Waka is confused over the disloyal accusations. “Honest to God truth, I don’t know because I’m the loyalist person you could ever see. I took on a man’s beef, risked my life, hung out the window, risked my freedom. I never backed in a corner,” he said, referring to Gucci’s beef with Young Jeezy. “To my knowledge, it can’t be nothing but jealously or something because there is nothing I did disloyal.”
While they’re both managed by Waka’s mother Deb Antney, Waka plans to stay clear of all dealings with Gucci. “It ain’t gonna never be no business, ever in life. No music or nothing,” he declared. “I don’t feel nothing he say out his mouth. It ain’t real.”
Gucci’s threat to drop Waka is easier said than done because of Waka’s investment in Brick Squad. “I own a percentage of Brick Squad 1017 and I own 100% of Brick Squad Monopoly, so you can’t kick the boss out,” said Waka.
Gucci is back behind bars this week for assaulting a soldier. “He ain’t it, he’s bad vibes around me,” said Waka. “I greet fans; he punches fans. It’s a difference.”
Despite their differences, he doesn’t wish him harm. “That’s foul, I don’t wish jail or death on nobody.”