Never Scared! 8 Rappers Gucci Mane Savagely Chewed Out In A Beef

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While a lot of rappers showboat and gloat about their gangsta persona, one artist actually has the street cred to back it all up. Gucci Mane has always instilled fear in many rappers because he never hesitated to speak his mind or resort to throwing blows. The man lives for drama. He lives for beef. Whenever he has the opportunity to trounce his opponent in a battle of words, or even hands, he’ll take it without even thinking twice. He just loves the idea of war. See which rappers faced the wrath of Gucci in the past.

Gucci Mane attends the BET Hip Hop Awards 2010 at Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center on October 2, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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See Which Rappers Felt The Wrath Of Gucci!


Waka Flocka

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As crazy as it sounds, Gucci picked a fight with his protege, Waka Flocka. It all started back in 2013 when Gucci tweeted out “Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil n*gga.”

Of course, vexed by the tweet, Waka responded by saying: “Somebody tell Gucci Mane 2 SUCK A DICK.” He’s since deleted that tweet, though, and replaced it with this: “We BSM.” Also, this: “Can’t tweet beef #HucciKnowHowIrOck.” Fortunately, the two ended the beef by working together on “Against All Odds.”

Yo Gotti

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Gucci and Gotti were cool at one point. Back in the day, Gotti grabbed Gucci for his star-studded remix, “5 Star Chick.” Everything was alright until Gucci noticed that Gotti was trying to steal his thunder. “I said Gotti was cool with me until he turned into a buster. I never said that we wasn’t cool, I said we was cool until this point right here,” he said during a 2012 radio interview. “My main problem with him was that he dropped his mixtape on 10/17 (the name of Gucci’s record label), and tried to like ride my wave, like he was an artist of mine or we get some kind of money together.”

According to Gotti, Gucci was mad that they were both releasing projects on the same day. “It came down to … me and [Gucci Mane] were dropping on the same day. We didn’t know it,” Gotti explained in a later interview. “I didn’t know it in the beginning. I found out a day or so later, but once I found out — he supposed to be my homeboy — I hit his phone, immediately. He didn’t answer. I told [his camp] to reach out to me; he never reached out to me.”

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