Gucci Mane claims he’s endured a Breakfast Club ban ever since his awkward 2016 interview, where he accused co-host Angela Yee of coming on to him.
“Wow! So you mean to tell me The breakfast club BANNED me 4 this? #TruthHurtst #getoffmydick,” Guwop wrote on Instagram Thursday (October 3), including a clip from the 2016 interview.
“We was cool, I was not on your dick,” Yee says in the video.
“You be texting me what hotel you was at and stuff like that,” Gucci replies.
Gucci also included a clip from a 2010 interview, which he claims was for Yee’s Lip Service podcast, that captures a seemingly flirty moment between the two.
“Can you take it?” Gucci asked.
“I’m sure,” Yee replied. “You know what they say about little girls, especially Asian ones.”
On Friday (October 4), Yee fired back during an episode of The Breakfast Club Court, insisting Gucci isn’t banned from the show. She also claimed at the time, a representative of Gucci’s reached out to her saying the Atlanta rapper wanted to apologize by phone.
“I said, look, I don’t do that behind the scenes,” she said. “You said something publicly that wasn’t true, you should publicly apologize.”
She also denied she ever hosted Gucci as a guest on Lip Service. She claimed the 2010 interview he posted to Instagram is actually footage from her Sway 45 The Morning After show.
“I also don’t trust him,” she said, adding “he has a history of lying.”
Yee believes the beef stems from a 2016 Breakfast Club interview with Yo Gotti, where Gotti revealed he’d had sex with Keyshia Ka’Oir, Gucci’s wife.
“He’s upset, to this day, and I guess he felt some vendetta toward me,” she said.
The Breakfast Club also weighed in with a Twitter poll, which they’ve since deleted, asking fans who they think is lying. Gucci responded to the tweet, writing, “Punk ass whores!”
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