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While The Diplomats and the rest of Harlem were celebrating the group’s anniversary at a concert in New York City, Waka Flocka was there to air out a former friend. Waka dissed Gucci Mane at The Diplomats show and the footage has hit the internet.

Waka Flocka was on hand at The Diplomats show to perform his verse on Jim Jones‘ song “848.” There’s a line in Waka’s verse where he says, “Free my brother Gucci.” He changed the line to say, “F**k that n***a Gucci.” In changing the lyric, the “No Hands” spitter added fuel to the fire known as the Waka Flocka/Gucci Mane beef. Gucci Mane started the beef when he tweeted that Waka Flocka had been kicked off of his label 1017 Brick Squad. As with all rappers, a rep from Gucci Mane’s label immediately said Gucci’s Twitter had been hacked.

I’m not inviting the situation to escalate into physical violence, but Waka might want to watch what he says because Gucci has been in a recent firestorm because of his violent outbursts. Two men have come forward claiming Gucci attacked them on separate occasions. If Waka Flocka doesn’t shape up and fly right he might find himself on the wrong side of that ice cream tattoo’s lighting bolt. And who wants that?



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