Wake Flock Flame stopped by The Breakfast Club and the timing couldn’t be more appropriate following Gucci Mane’s tweets directed at him, T.I., and more. The Brick Squad Monopoly frontman was extremely candid when speaking on his former right hand man.
At this point, it’s safe to assume that Gucci Mane is willing to release any and every track from his forthcoming Trap House 3 project prior to its release. He’s dropped three in the past week, and returns today with a visual for another titled “BreakDance.”
Waka Flocka Flame is anti-violence, and is taking his stance to Chicago. Waka will hold a concert in the Windy City next month, aimed at addressing the violence running rampant in the area.
Chief Keef has been out of jail since March, but apparently he’s on the fast track to matrimony if rumors hold true. Yesterday (May 13), the Glory Boyz Entertainment star posted a MediaTakeOut photo and headline which announced a reported engagement to video vixen Pretty Mesha, and Sosa hasn’t disputed the news thus far.
You win some, you lose some. After unceremoniously falling out with Waka Flocka Flame, again, about a month or so back, Gucci Mane has added a new member to the Brick Squad. That would be Chicago rapper Chief Keef.
Just because Gucci Mane is behind bars, doesn’t mean that his music hustle has to slow down. Having been denied bail yesterday, today marks a new day for Gucci and the release of his “Nothin’ On Ya” video, featuring Wiz Khalifa.
Gucci Mane will be in jail longer than he anticipated. A judge denied bond for the rapper who turned himself in on an arrest warrant issued over his alleged attack on a soldier.
Gucci Mane has turned himself in. The “Lemonade” rapper surrendered to authorities today and was taken to the Fulton County jail in Atlanta.