On Friday night, as the first reports surfaced that Lil Wayne was in critical condition in a Los Angeles hospital, there was also trouble brewing elsewhere. A blunt tweet from Gucci Mane's account informed fans that Waka Flocka had been dropped from his 1017 Brick Squad label, to which Waka responded with, "Somebody tell Gucci Mane 2 SUCK A D---," but now a rep from Gucci's camp is claiming that his account was hacked.
Gucci's original tweet ("Waka flacka flames officially dropped off brick squad 1017. Big Guwop say give me a offer fa this disloyal lil n---") is still visible on his timeline and he's issued no apology thus far, but MissInfo reports that a rep from Atlantic/Warner Bros. Records passed along a message saying that Gucci's account had been hacked.
"Gucci's twitter was hacked," the rep, Rahim tweeted, "Just spoke with his manager. All kinds of crazy DMs and what not."
More tweets from Waka's account seemed to brush that off though, with him adding, "Dont let da media fool u. This sh-- real Shawty," "twitter jaill" and "#MentionAH--AssN----." This isn't the first (or second) time that Waka and Gucci have had issues. Back in 2010, Waka explained that his relationship with Gucci was non-existent after Gucci cut ties with his mother Deb Antney's management group.