News: Waka Flocka Unplugs Gucci Mane's Nicki Minaj Sex Stories: "I Can't Believe He Did That" [Video]
Monday, Sep 16, 2013 11:53AM
Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame has stepped forward to speak on ex-pal Gucci Mane's antics of late and why they will never be able to reunite following a messy Twitter war.
According to Flocka, his success ultimately messed with Gucci's ego and forced him to publicly lash out.
"He lived in my mom's crib for two years, rent-free," Waka said referring to Gucci. "When I started going on tours, when I started buying different cars, I'm not leasing nothing, I started buying different jewelry, your conversation changes. You can't lie anymore, it's facts. I guess that crawls underneath people's skin and when I come around I get a little different attention than you. I be seeing that messes with his ego. But I ain't think he was going to go to that level. Like cyberspace. You know? That's crazy. ... He ain't trying to get rid of that little contract. I want him to eat though. I don't want to be out here looking like a bum. ... If I catch him, it's going digital. I don't want to kill him or nothing, I just want to slap him a couple of times, almost like a little big brother. Gucci lost his noodles, man. People just think he's gangsta, he really needs medical attention. That guy lost his noodles, man. ..." ("The Breakfast Club")
Waka also denied Gucci's claims about them having sexual relations with Young Money's Nicki Minaj.
"He's saying 'Me and Waka hit this from the back and the front,' I'm like, 'Yo.' [Did I have sex with Nicki Minaj?] Nah, man. The world would have known, man. She's too poppin'. No disrespect to her, she's like a sister, but she's too poppin'. I been trying to score cool points. Come on, man. That's the homie. I can't believe he did that." ("The Breakfast Club")
Gucci allegedly jumped onto his Twitter page last week and unloaded disses at nearly every prominent member of Lil Wayne's Young Money team.
"Waka on drake tour drake giving u 6k a show. U a hoe. Fly to iceland redo dem silver dull ass bsm chainz," Gucci tweeted September 9.
"Drske a groupie on instagram. Doin vines like he gucci. U will never be wop u a bitch"
"Tell drake he a true male groupie I don't need u u 2 much a, sissy stop tryin b me. Chec dat bitch instagram. True groupie"
"Nikki minaj can do a trick with her mouth ask waka?"
"Did I put nikki n 50 dollar room then let her move in. Then help her get an apartment im a fool 4 a bubble butt but I hate assshots fake Ho"
"Waka did video wit flo nikki tyga and chyna was there pregnant. Me n waka was laughing inside joke tell nikki call rocko I just took that"
"Bitch u booty feel like box Chevy nikki u aint suck me and waka dick at d microtel"
"I got pix of nikki n my bed I got tape off rocko begging 4 his ?got pix of 3sum k kaior. Dm askdem ciara kelly fantasia mya buffy maliah?" (Gucci Mane's Twitter)
Rather than keep quiet, Minaj fired back at Gucci over the sexual allegations.
"May God strike me dead if I ever had sex wit that man. Lmfaoooooooooo. Nigga da way ya #ugliness is set up ???????????????????????????? #BubbaGump #crackhead," Nicki tweeted back.
With his @Gucci1017 Twitter account no longer active, reports suggest the rapper finally decided to delete the page a few days ago.
It looks like Gucci Mane, 33, scares easy! Nicki Minaj, 30, Iggy Azalea, and rapper Tyga all fired shots back at Gucci after his insanely inappropriate Twitter rant on Sept. 9, and Gucci responded by completely shutting down his Twitter account just two days later. Guess he couldn't take the heat! No one seemed to buy Gucci's claims that he had sex with Nicki, Keyshia Cole, rapper Tyga's girlfriend, and a long list of others. Some even believe his tweets were just a publicity stunt to boost album sales or get his career going again after he was dropped from Atlantic Records. Whatever the reason behind the rant was, Gucci seems to regret it because he deleted his Twitter account on Sept. 11. It seems the backlash was just too much for him. (Hollywood Life)
Check out Waka Flocka Flame's interview: