"I ain't trippin', I know what my financial situation is."
Young Jeezy isn't the only Atlanta rapper to feel the sting from Gucci Mane's recent Trap God mixtape. On the song "F--- the World" it's Yung Joc who enters the crosshairs when Gucci raps, "I got all eyes on me like Pac did, but I ain't tryin' to go broke like Joc did."
Responding to the track on Twitter, Joc was understandably unappreciative of the characterization. He suggested that any issues between the two should have been resolved off wax.
"@gucci1017 look my n---a you know me and you know i aint never been on no f--- sh-t. F--- all this publicity s--- hit my phone!!! im Atlanta all day!!!" he wrote. "You doing a lot my n---a… How and why is you starting s--- with n---as that f--- with you? We in the same backyard and you taking shots at me! Don’t know where you going with this.. You know how to reach me #TrapGod lol.. I just saw you at Esso and s--- was calm as f--- #TrapGod."
Earlier in an interview with V103, Joc had brushed off the diss, saying Gucci is "a master at getting his name in other people's mouths."
"I ain't trippin', I know what my financial situation is," he said.
Over the past two weeks Gucci has unleashed a barrage of insults aimed at ATL rappers Young Jeezy and T.I. Even R&B singer Keyshia Cole found herself caught up in the drama after Gooch made some comments about her love life.
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