Outspoken rapper calls Drake a "male groupie" and tells record label employees to "suck my dick"
In the same stream, he also alleged to have had sex with Nicki Minaj and told two employees at Atlantic Records to “suck my dick”. It is not clear what started the Atlanta rapper’s diatribe, but his targets have been far and wide, with a large number of his fellow rappers criticised as well as lengthy boasts about his many sexual conquests and personal battles with his record label.
A report from The Fadar has also suggested that he has now been dropped from his record label, after the tweet: “Tell Craig ‘n Julia suck my dick at Atlantic records”. See the full list on Gucci Mane’s Twitter timeline here.
In addition to criticising Atlantic, Mane also offered to sell the contracts of artists signed to his Brick Squad label for amounts varying between $500,000 and $4 million dollars.
Nicki Minaj responded to Gucci Mane’s claim they slept together by tweeting: “Jesus, strike me dead right now if I ever had sex with this animal.” The tweet has since been deleted. Both Minaj and Tyga, another rapper criticised in the tweets, have shared Instagram pictures of recently sent messages they have from Gucci Mane, requesting they work together. Gucci Mane also claims to have slept with Ciara and Tyga’s girlfriend, Chyna.
Drake leads a long list of rappers criticised by Gucci Mane, with the Canadian rapper accused of copying and being a “male groupie”. A host of rapper’s are dismissed in another tweet, which reads: “Fuck jeezy. Tip. Gotti. Waka.Nicki minaj drake d a Wooh.frenchy 2 chainz coachk kkaior eminem oj rock Quavo takeoff cardo dam g.”
Gucci Mane’s brother, Young Throwback, has since claimed that the tweets are a result of a hack. Waka Flocka Flame, who also came under fire during the rant, responded by tweeting: “Kids please don’t do drugs @gucci1017 is the perfect outcome”.
Earlier this year, Mane pleaded not guilty to a charge of aggravated assault with a weapon, following an alleged altercation in which he struck a fan on the head with a champagne bottle. US soldier James Lettley claimed that the rapper had attacked him in a nightclub in Atlanta, but Mane has denied the charges, with his attorney Drew Finding stating: “He’s out on bond, just going about his life.”