Gucci Mane doesn’t appear to be a fan of Wack 100, firing off a new diss track in the direction of the music manager, with help from Lil Baby.

On Friday (June 16), the Atlanta rapper took to Twitter with the cover art for new single “Bluffin,” along with a link to purchase. “My new single Bluffin ft. @lilbaby4PF out now link in bio [icey face emoji],” he wrote.



On the track, Gucci appears to have a bone to pick with Wack 100 when he takes a jab at his legacy. “I want my M’s up to one, two, three, four, five one-hundred (Go)/ I ain’t arguin’ on no internet, I’m not Wack 100 (No),” he spits.

Check out the scathing diss below:

Never one not to bark back, Wack 100 took to Instagram to issue a response, vowing to return the favor with his own diss before the weekend is up.

“You dissed me huh ..I heard dat shit .. Wack100 Diss track response coming in 2 days “ KNOCK OFF GUCCI” IM REALY THE MANE‼️ Sit down nay sayers we’re family Go stream dat shit NOW,” the longtime manager to The Game and Blueface said.

Shortly after the drop, Gucci Mane revealed his plans to release his 15th studio album, titled Breath of Fresh Air, this fall. “I’m dropping a classic 10/13 new album Breath Of Fresh Air,” he began. Before encouraging fans to “presave link in bio.”

As for what fans can expect in his upcoming release, during a recent conversation with Zane Lowe for Apple Music 1’s New Music Daily, the Atlanta rap legend gave his perspective on how the deaths of TakeOff and Young Dolph, along with the passing of his artist Big Scarr in 2022, had a profound impact on him as a person and seasoned artist. He also spoke about the new album he’s currently working on.



“Ever since, I guess November of when Dolph passed away and my artist Scarr passing away and TakeOff passing away and Pooh locked up and Foo locked up, that’s why I kind of named my album A Breath of Fresh Air,” Gucci Mane said.

“I just, like I said, let me just try to be the person … I’m just not in the mood to hear a whole bunch of drilling and killing and this and that and not saying that I haven’t did that before, but just right now, just let me just kind of lead by example and show people that it is more to rap about than my opps and all that.”

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In addition to the his new single, Gucci Mane joined Meek Mill to perform at Rick Ross’ car show held at the MMG mogul’s sprawling Promise Land estate in Georgia earlier this month.

According to Fox 5, Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb gave kudos to Rick Ross and his team for running a flawless event.

“He hired a really good team that put together a lot of good work for us,” Babb told the outlet. “We’ve been able to work with multiple agencies, really the only thing with some minor inconveniences with traffic. It’s been really good for the community as far as law enforcement because we’re able to get to work together in a way we’ve never worked before.”



While Gucci Mane performed 2010’s “I Think I Love Her,” in the video clip, Meek Mill performed 2012’s “Ima Boss,” featuring Rick Ross.