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Gucci Mane Says Beef With Yo Gotti Stems From ‘Trap God’ Mixtape Release Date

In MAGAZINE on November 13, 2012 at 2:54 pm

Gucci Mane has been going at everyone in recent weeks. Obviously, everyone’s heard the issues with Young Jeezy, the stab at Yung Joc, and most recently, past collaborator Yo Gotti.

Following a tweet, in which he threw a shot at Gotti, the ATL hip-hop star conducted an interview on Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 radio station where he further explained why he has issues with his Memphis peer, revealing that it all stems from their mixtapes — CM7 and Trap God — dropping on the same day, October 17th.

“I said Gotti was cool with me until he turned into a buster. I never said that we wasn’t cool, I said we was cool until this point right here,” he said during the interview. “My main problem with him was that he dropped his mixtape on 10/17 (the name of Gucci’s record label), and tried to like ride my wave, like he was an artist of mine or we get some kind of money together.

“For an artist to drop they mixtape on 10/17, which is my label on the day I drop all [my projects], why would you drop it on 10/17? When I call you as my partner, to ask you why you did it, you say ‘Oh, I didn’t know you was dropping a mixtape.’ … It just made me lose all respect from him instantly,” Gucci continued.

Despite Gucci’s claim, Yo Gotti said that wasn’t the case. During a separate interview with radio personality Devin Steel on Memphis’ K97, the Tennessee rapper denied that he chose the date intentionally, but simply didn’t realize it.

“It came down to … me and [Gucci Mane] were dropping on the same day. We didn’t know it,” Gotti explained. “I didn’t know it in the beginning. I found out a day or so later, but once I found out — he supposed to be my homeboy — I hit his phone, immediately. He didn’t answer. I told [his camp] to reach out to me; he never reached out to me.

“Last minute, we in the lab, we heard about the tweet — immediately, I hit his phone, like ‘What’s up homie? You good?’ We chopped it up. Long story short, from that point, I realized homie had an issue for whatever reason it was — his free music and my free music coming the same day. I don’t really get it, but on the strength of him being my homie, I’m like cool, I’ll coming out tomorrow.”

Club Underground Does it again with Live Performances by Yo Gotti & Fatty Duke

In Events, MAGAZINE on July 30, 2012 at 1:51 pm

Club Underground Still Has the Hottest Hip-Hop Shows in Tampa Featuring Fatty Duke Live

The city of Tampa was not ready for the Yo Gotti and Fatty Duke takeover which recently happened at Club Underground. The pair took to the stage and offered the highest energy infused performances that the city has seen in a long time. Yo Gotti captivated the fans by playing hit after hit from the start of his set to the very end of it. Fatty Duke didn’t fall short either, he had the Club Underground audience begging for more.

When it comes to a party at Club Underground you never know what to expect. The only things that can be expected from a Club Underground party is the bomb music, the all night dancing and the presence of major celebrities in the building. Club Underground is known for showcasing major talent, such as the likes of; Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Travis Porter, Nicky Minaj, Yo Gotti and so many more.  “The Yo Gotti & Fatty Duke performances was a night of excitement and truly a night we will never forget.  It’s always a thrill to hear their new music or catch either one of their live shows.” Explained Durby Brandon (Capital Connections Agency)

Club Underground is centrally located in downtown Tampa at: 802-806 East Whiting Street Tampa, Florida. The club features a large dance floor, VIP area, and Bottle Service. Club Underground plays the best in Top 40, Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop music. Tampa’s very own “Odell” will be in the house celebrating his birthday with us in style. Come join Club Underground and Capital Connections Agency for the best Mothers Day Weekend concert in the city.

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