Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane isn’t afraid to talk about his past and has dished on the now-infamous feud he struck with fellow Georgia hip-hop star Jeezy.

Gucci let loose on their hip-hop beef in his new “Speed Bumps” anthem.

“Ain’t no secret, you n—-s know that I don’t f–k with Jeezy
/It was tragic, wars everywhere, they say the boy was bleedin’
/It was easy, I eat your crew up like some Reese’s Pieces
/This is skreet sh-t, so once you say this sh-t you can’t delete it.” (“Speed Bumps”)

Check out Gucci Mane’s lyrics right here…

Last month, Mane pleaded guilty and received a three-year sentence for his March 16, 2013 Atlanta nightclub attack.

Authorities have said the man approached Davis and was looking to have his picture taken with him. Prosecutors say the fan was an Army staff sergeant in town on a brief military leave. Authorities have said the man suffered a deep cut which required 10 stitches. Spokeswoman Yvette Jones says Davis’s three-year sentence will be served concurrently with a 39-month federal firearms sentence that he was given in late August. (Fox News)

Recent reports revealed Gucci had had a full year carved off a prior sentence.

According to court docs … after initially ruling against Gucci, an Atlanta judge has finally given the rapper the year’s worth of credit for time served he’s earned since his arrest for gun possession last September. His 39-month sentence was originally scheduled to begin August 2014 when the judge made his ruling … but now that sentence will begin at the time of his arrest. He’s scheduled to be released in December 2016. (TMZ)

The incarcerated rapper received his hefty sentence on a gun conviction over the summer.

Rapper Gucci Mane was sentenced Wednesday to serve three years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to a federal firearms charge several months ago. U.S. District Judge Steve C. Jones told Davis he’s heard from his nieces and nephews that the rapper is a talented musician with a potentially bright future and warned him not to squander that. “You’re still a young man, and you can still do a lot if you follow and abide by the law,” Jones said. (ABC News)