Gucci Mane confirms that he has recorded a song with Selena Gomez, but refuses to talk about it because 'it's not my song.'
It seems to be true that Gucci Mane will be featured on Selena Gomez's upcoming album. The 37-year-old hip-hop artist confirmed it in an interview with Miami radio station, 99JAMZ. Even though he refused to talk about it, he confirmed that the song does exist by saying, "I don't want to speak on it because it's not my song. It's her song."
.99 Jamz: Ouvi dizer que tens uma música com a Selena Gomez?— SelenaGomezPortugal (@SelenaGomez_PT) 15 Maret 2017
Gucci Mane: Não quero falar, realmente, sobre isso porque não é minha, é dela. pic.twitter.com/TY9ekpxiJT
Back then, there was a rumor regarding Selena and Mane, but not about music. Instead, it was about them having a romantic relationship. Mane clarified this in 2013, "I don't know why they made such a crazy cruel rumor. Cause I think she was dating Justin Bieber at the time." He added, "Really I don't have no idea what was going on with Selena Gomez cause I only know her briefly from doing the 'Spring Breakers' movie, and from what I know of her she's a nice young lady. I don't know her personally, I never dated her. I wish her the best, she's a talented actor and a nice girl, but she and I never dated."
Mane has been released from prison for almost eight months. He was sentenced to 3-year prison time for possession of a firearm by convicted felon. He was back making music by producing an album which is set to arrive on 2017.
Selena Gomez reportedly has also returned to studio to make music and planned to release her new album in 2017. The album is much anticipated, especially after the pop star took a hiatus to focus on her mental health. Her last album, "Revival", was released in 2015.
Some tracks of the album were already confirmed, such as "Kinda Crazy", "For What It's Worth", "Feel Me" and "Trust Nobody". The lead single off the sophomore album, "It Ain't Me", was released on February 15. The 24-year-old star teamed up with Kygo in the song. Some of the featured artists in the album are The Cardigans, Cashmere Cat and Tory Lanez.