At its height, the beef between Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy got pretty ugly. And though things had seemingly died down, Gucc went on a Twitter tear this weekend, this time involving Keyshia Cole and T.I.
It all began when Gucci referred to the Snowman as a "sucka" during an interview with Power 105's the Breakfast Club in New York on Wednesday. On Friday, the Young responded by calling Gucci "retarded" during a radio interview with Big Boy's Neighborhood on Power 106 in Los Angeles immediately after Gucci dropped "Truth," a scathing dis track and music video aimed at Jeezy. It's no coincidence that Gucc is dropping his next mixtape Trap God on October 17 and the drama has gone a long way in raising awareness for the release.
The Zone 6 rapper didn't stop there. He also took to Twitter and challenged Jeezy to a fight (and put some serious money up, too). "I Radric Davis aka Guwap bet 100K I can and will beat Jeezy ass #JUSTTRUTHS," he wrote before roping T.I. into the feud as well. "No Disrespect to Clay but if Tip wanna get into it he can."
Singer Keyshia Cole also got into the mix. On "Truth," Gucci alleged that while the R&B star was dating Jeezy, she also carried on an affair with Diddy. "Putting all ya trust in some of these 'Hood Rappers'.. How u gone be a G, and u spreading lies, To sell mix tapes! Where ya talent at," Cole tweeted on Sunday. "I will continue 2 build what I'm working so hard accomplish! I'm married with a child, and don't have no place in that none sense!"
After Jeezy appeared on Gucci's 2005 single "Icy," the relationship between the two spiraled out of control and even spilled into the streets, leading to Gucci shooting a known Jeezy affiliate in an incident that was dropped in court due to insufficient evidence. (Gucci admitted to shooting his assailants but maintained he was acting in self-defense.)
In 2009 DJ Drama orchestrated what looked to be a definitive truce on his Hot 107.9 radio show in Atlanta. During the joint interview, where Gucci phoned in from prison, the two made plans to record together, but that has yet to happen. On Friday, Gucci released an unedited version of the interview where he and Jeezy sounded very cordial. "He called a few times. I just told him it wasn't a good idea, we past that. I don't want to go backwards," Jeezy said during his Friday interview. "He reached out a few times. I didn't do the records, so I guess he feel a way."
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