Gooch calls out his former associates for their lack of loyalty.
After dissing both Young Jeezy and Yung Joc recently, Gucci Mane's war path stretches onward. In a recent interview with Atlanta's Hot 107.9, the Brick Squad rapper fired new shots at Yo Gotti and had less than kind words for old associates Nicki Minaj and French Montana.
In the interview, Gucci quotes a line from an unreleased song where he disses Gotti saying he was "cool to me until he turned into a busta." Gucci explained the line by saying he felt disrespected by Gotti when he released a mixtape on October 17, the same day that Gucci released his own mixtape, Trap God.
"He dropped his mixtape on 10/17 trying to ride my wave," Gucci said. "Like he was an artist of mine or we get some kind of money together."
Gucci said he "lost all respect" for Gotti after he confronted him about the release date and he pretended as if he didn't know it was spoken for.
Elsewhere in the interview, the "Lemonade" rapper was asked about Nicki Minaj and French Montana, both of whom used to have ties to Gucci in the early days of their respective careers. Gooch said that both artists "didn't keep it real" after they made it big and know as much.
"A lot of times when you keep it real with somebody, you can't expect them to keep it real with you," he said. "In this industry people just want to be famous and they forget how to keep it real and they forget to give credit to the people who helped them get to where they at... That fame monster's a fool, man. It really is."
Watch Gucci's full interview at World Star Hip Hop.
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