Everything about Gucci Mane now seems hilarious to Waka Flocka Flame. After dissing Mane at Dipset Reunion Show on March 25 in New York City, the "Hard in da Paint" rapper laughs off the idea of bailing his Brick Squad partner out of jail.
On March 27, a fan suggested Flame to bail Mane, who was jailed on March 26 for the alleged assault of a soldier in a nightclub, out of jail. He merely replied, "Haha," without commenting on the issue further.
Flame retweeted fans who were tweeting, "F**k that n***a Gucci, Free my n***a Boosie." The now-famous line comes from the freestyle lyric that Southern hip-hop artist rapped at Dipset Reunion Show. Flame also refuted Mane's claim that he was fired from Brick Squad, tweeting, "Facts RT @kylebest_: @WakaFlockaBSM is BSM! #StandBehindWaka."
When making an appearance on "RapFix Live" March 27, Flame made it clear that he was not kicked off by the "Spring Breakers" actor. "I won a percentage of Brick Squad 1017 and I own 100% of Brick Squad Monopoly, so you can't kick the boss out, " he said. The rapper also vowed to never have any deal with his old friend again, saying, "It ain't gonna never be no business, ever in life. No music or nothing. He ain't it, he's bad vibes around me."
Mane turned himself into police and was booked into the Fulton County Jail on March 26 for the alleged assault of a soldier in a night club. Fulton County Sheriff's Department said the rapper allegedly hit a man over the head with a Champagne bottle at a night club after the man asked to take a photo with him.
Mane and Flame have not been on good terms with each other since Mane wrote on Twitter March 15, "Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil n***a." Mane's reps claimed that his Twitter account was hacked, but Flame thought it was not.