Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is back at it again on Twitter by calling out a slew of Southern hip-hop artists including T.I., Young Jeezy, Waka Flocka Flame and more.
Gucci wasted no time reminding fans of his issues with Tip and the Snowman by coming up with a comical list Tuesday (August 13).
“If I had a nickel 4 every Lie these rappers tell I would be a multi Billionaire Instead of millionaire …Big money talk.. #Ww3 1017pm,” Gucci tweeted August 13.
“Name your Top 3 P*ssy a** rappers? Mines? Jeezy Yo gotti & Tip. No brainer. But there are 100s more….Go… #ww3″ (Gucci Mane’s Twitter)
He also revealed an interest in selling the rights to one-time affiliate Waka Flocka Flame.
“I will see all rights to Waka Flocka Flame for 1M. His next 3albums & my percentage of his publishing merchanicals and touring. Who want this lil n*gga? #ww3″ (Gucci Mane’s Twitter)
Back in May, the Atlanta rapper downplayed the seriousness of his fallout with Waka.
“I’m just working on my Brick Squad group album which will drop this summer. It’ll be me, PeeWee Longway, Young Thug, Dolph and of course Chief Keef. I even got songs with Waka on there. I’m just gonna drop a collection of all the best songs we’ve been making. I dropped a mixtape for every artist on my label, so now I feel like it’s just time to put our album together and show everybody the chemistry we got together. [Waka?] There was more of a miscommunication and things got misconstrued. But we got too much of a good thing. Whatever we got to work out, we always work it out.” (XXL Mag)
Last year, T.I. narrowed in on never getting an opportunity to link up with Gucci and Jeezy on the same track.
“I was really working on trying to resolve all beefs in the town. I was working on trying to get everybody to sit down at the same table. Whether you like each other or not at least have a respect, a mutual respect for one another to where ya’ll can be in the same buildings and we can work on the same records,” Tip said in an interview. “And right now it’s like everybody wanna be the man. That’s what it is, that’s really what it is in the town. Everybody wanna be the man and if they ain’t the man then they looking at who is the man and trying to figure out how to take his spot. And that is what killed the scene in New York.” (“Nite Cap W/ Peter Bailey”)