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Whatever went down between Waka Flocka Flame and Gucci Mane doesn't look like it can be fixed judging by Waka's interview on MTV's RapFix Live today.
Waka said he has no idea why Gucci called him disloyal on Twitter and wanted to drop him from his 1017 Brick Squad label.
"Honest to God truth I don't know," Waka said when asked why Gucci would send out that tweet. "I'm the loyalest person you could ever see. I took on a man's beef, risked my life, hung out the window, risked my freedom. To my knowledge it can't be nothing but jealousy or something. Because it's nothing I did disloyal. Plus I own a percentage of 1017 Brick Squad. And I own 100% of Brick Squad Monopoly. So you can't kick the boss out."
According to Waka, he and Gucci had a heated argument before the tweet was sent out and the story about Gucci's Twitter being hacked was a lie.
There is no chance the relationship can be repaired in Waka's opinion.
"He bad vibe around me. I greet fans, he push fans, it's a difference," Waka explained. "Ain't gonna ever be no business [again] ever in life. No music...nothing. I won't do no music with him, I don't want no business with him."
Gucci is currently in Fulton County Jail in Georgia charged with aggravated assault on a fan. It might be a while before we hear his response.