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Commenting on the comparison, Waka Flocka Flame says it's 'disrespectful' because 'Ferrari Boyz' and 'Watch the Throne' are like two different classes.
Rapper Gucci Mane is to be released from prison by the end of June, his publicist has confirmed.
Troubled rapper Gucci Mane has been formally charged after an alleged altercation with a female in Atlanta, Georgia in January.
The 'Freaky Gurl' rapper was taken into custody by officers from the DeKalb County Fugitive Squad stemming from a warrant issued after he allegedly pushed a female out of a moving vehicle.
Rumor has it, the unlikely duo will lay down the duet track called 'Hit' in an Atlanta studio next week.
The rapper has been admitted to a mental health facility where he will remain for mental evaluation until his next hearing on January 24.
Temporarily held by cops following a raid at Waka Flocka Flame's Georgia home, Gucci Mane has finally walked free.
Mane was handcuffed during the raid as police found marijuana and weapons at the scene, while Flame was not home at that time.
The troubled rapper reportedly had to be subdued with pepper spray before he was taken to a nearby hospital and then onto Fulton County Jail.
The 30-year-old rapper is involved in a heated argument with his lover when she finds out he got a message from another girl.
Preventing Lil Wayne from taking the first spot, Kenny Chesney claims his sixth No. 1 album with the latest chart topper 'Hemingway's Whiskey'.
In 'The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted' track, Gucci Mane joins forces with The Neptunes member and Young Money star to slam the haters.
The newly-debuted music video sees Gucci Mane trading verses with his featured guest Swizz Beatz.
Weezy doesn't go anywhere but his Miami crib, smoking in joy and using one of his Golden Gramophones as an ashtray.
The rapper whose original name is Radric Davis celebrates his freedom by partying at the club in this music video.