"Gucci lost his noodles, man. People think he's gangsta and hard, he really needs medical attention, man," Flocka told New York's Power 105 The Breakfast Club morning show on Monday (September 16).
Waka also refuted Gucci's claim that they both slept with Nicki Minaj. "Nah man, the world would've known, man, she's too poppin," he said reasoning that a star big as Nicki couldn't keep a scandal that big a secret for too long. "No disrespect to her, she's like a sister to me, but it's too poppin'. I would've been tried to grab those cool points."
Waka came up in 2009 under the tutelage of Gucci Mane and his mother/manager Debra Antney.
Somewhere along the line, [article id="1704479"]the relationship spoiled[/article], and in March, Gucc took to Twitter calling Flocka disloyal and messaged that he dropped the young hitmaker from his label. The digital assault continued on September 9 when Gucci called out Waka and several other rappers, it was later confirmed that Gucci was dropped from his recording home on Atlantic Records.
"Me and waka f-- nikki minaj dats nothing," he wrote in one of the disparaging messages.
Gucc went on to fire shots at Tyga, Rocko and T.I.'s wife Tiny. Things got stranger on Friday when the rapper was filmed in an Atlanta mall, nearly coming to blows with an unidentified man. On Saturday, he was arrested after police found a small amount of marijuana and a handgun on him. He was booked for carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession and then taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure, according to TMZ.
"Desperate people do desperate things," Waka surmised of Gucci's actions. "I can't believe he did that."