Gucci Mane Boots Waka Flocka Flame From Brick Squad?

Label rep blames Twitter hacker for rift between Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame.

The Internet was abuzz last Friday over the supposed news that Waka Flocka Flame had been publicly booted from 1017 Brick Squad.

Today, it is being reported by one Warner Bros Records' representative that the erroneous post was the result of Gucci Mane's Twitter account being hacked.

Warner Bros. Records' Rahim "The Dream" released a statement on his Twitter account letting fans know that Gucci's account had been hacked, according to

If Waka Flocka has been dismissed from BSM, his tweets are certainly no indication. The "Hard in the Paint" MC has continued tweeting "BSM" (Brick Squad Monopoly) references, including the hashtag "#BSMBoss."

Waka Flocka did however express his disbelief that Gucci's Twitter was hacked in the form of a response to one fan's tweet, which read, "@WakaFlockaBSM Ayy I'm glad Guccis twitter was hacked and there wasn’t any beef," to which Waka responded, "#False."

Gucci has yet to release a statement confirming or denying that his Twitter account had been hacked or whether or not any of the claims made on the account were true.

Waka and Gucci released a collaborative album, Ferrari Boyz, back in 2011.

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