Gucci Mane might have just dig himself into a much deeper hole, or maybe no one will even pay him any mind.
The rapper just released his new single called “Truth” and even though he repeatedly states it’s not a DISS RECORD,.. he’s definitely airing out other artist’s dirty laundry.
The 32 year-old, Atlanta base rapper, raps about Keyshia Cole smashing P. Diddy while Young Jeezy was trying to fall in love with her, and other rappers putting a bounty on his head, (but instead, Jeezy’s friend died).
In the song Gucci raps:
“I did a song with Keyshia Cole, I know you still miss her, but Puff was f*ckin’ her while you was falling in love with her.”
Also, the two first collaborated on Gucci’s 2005 track “Icy,” but their relationship soon soured. Gucci even tried to implicate Jeezy in a conspiracy to have him killed. So when Charlamagne referred to both the MCs as “Atlanta legends” on Wednesday, Gucc immediately objected. “I’m a legend. I wouldn’t say it, ain’t nobody a legend. Send somebody to kill me, you think I’ma call you a legend? What’s a legend about that,” and now he raps about the alleged set up:
“A $10,000 bounty put on my neck, i hope you didn’t pay them because they had no success”
“I hit a birthday party fresh. You and ya homeboy Tip, I know y’all seen me over der, with that black 45”
Check out the song below:
The song comes in light of Gucci Twitter beefing with Jeezy– after Jeezy attacked Rick Ross at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards last month. And we all know other’s have died over a Gucci & Jeezy beef before, and we’d hate to see it happen again.