News: Waka Flocka Drops Diss-Filled Flame On Gucci Mane: "He Crossed The Line & He Became A F**k N***a" [Audio]

Thursday, Oct 3, 2013 8:28PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame is showing no sympathy toward Gucci Mane, who is serving a six-month sentence behind bars and planning a stint in rehab, by releasing a new diss track called "Ice Cream."

On the record, Flocka gets personal and does not fall back from unloading on his former rap partner.

Following their public blowout and Gucci's subsequent meltdown on Twitter, Waka Flocka Flame goes on the record with his Gucci Mane diss "Ice Cream." Over the 808 Mafia production, he calls out his former Brick Squad boss and lean-addicted rappers ("Ni**as sip codeine like it's lemonade"), while professing his realness. "I been a real ni**a since second grade/ And when I met Gucci, thought I met a real ni**a/ Until he crossed the line and he became a f*ck ni**a," raps Waka. Gucci is currently serving six months behind bars for violating his parole. "Ice Cream" can be found on Waka's DJ Scream-hosted mixtape From Roaches to Rolex, which drops tomorrow. (Rap-Up)

According to recent reports, Gucci received some bad news in an Atlanta courtroom last month.

Things are going from bad to worse for rapper Gucci Mane, who recently opened up about his drug addiction and was arrested for carrying a gun and weed. Now, it looks as if Mane will be spending some time behind bars for probation violation. According to papers uncovered by, the rapper was booked for probation violation on September 16, just two days after his arrest on September 14. He was sentenced this past Friday (September 27), receiving 183 days (six months) in jail. Beyond that, we don't have any further information, but it looks as if Gucci still has five open charges surrounding his recent arrest (three of them regarding the firearm, one of them for the drugs, and another for disorderly conduct). Gucci has announced plans to enter rehab once he's through with his legal troubles. (Exclaim)

The Atlanta hip-hop heavyweight recently hopped onto his Twitter page to openly apologize for going on a rant a week ago.

"Woke up the other day out this hospital bed & I'm so embarrassed & ashamed of my behavior that was brought to my attention. (Cont)," he tweeted September 22.
"I just wanna man up right now & take this time to apologize to my family, friends, the industry & most of all my fans. I'm SORRY! (Cont)"
"I've been drinking lean for 10plus years & I must admit it has destroyed me. I wanna be the first rapper to admit (cont)"
"I'm addicted to lean & that sh*t ain't no joke. I can barely remember all the things I've done & said. However there's no excuse. (Cont)" (Gucci Mane's Twitter)

The rapper also revealed he was behind bars and would seek medical help.

"I'm currently incarcerated but I will be going to rehab because I need help. I wanna thank everyone that has stood by me (cont)"
"during this difficult time. Please keep me in your prayers. #GUWOP"
"I wanna personally apologize to birdman ross & drake. Dem my n*ggas. I 100% regret my words & actions ."
"Keyshia Dior Kaoir I'm sorry. Please forgive me" (Gucci Mane's Twitter)

Mane caught heat in mid-September after being arrested on multiple charges.

Gucci Mane was arrested this morning for allegedly cussing out a couple of cops in Atlanta while in possession of weed and a gun ... TMZ has learned. Gucci Mane -- real name Radric Davis -- was taken into custody at 12:05 am this morning after one of his friends complained to cops about his erratic behavior. According to the report -- the friend waved down police to help out ... but when they approached Gucci he began "cursing and threatening them." We're told he was immediately taken into custody and police found a small amount of marijuana on the 33-year old rapper ... as well as a handgun. (TMZ)

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