Gucci Mane Twitter Beef: Rapper Attacks Nicki Minaj and Eminem After Being Dropped From Label

Gucci Mane Twitter Rant Alleges Lewd Acts With Minaj, Ciara, Fantasia Barrino, and Others

Gucci Mane's Twitter rant is making waves across both social media and media outlets after the Southern rapper attacked various other artists, including Nicki Minaj, Eminem and Waka Flocka Flame. Now it seems possible that the rapper's outbursts could have been symptoms of a larger problem: the "Lemonade" emcee was dropped from his label, Atlantic Records, Monday.

Gucci Mane's Twitter rant appeared to begin by addressing his alleged label issues: "Every 1 n the industry has hidden agenda every person let greed n pride conquer them its sad but I been in jail so much it humbled me," he wrote from his account, @gucci1017.

"I was not born rich but I wake up real and go to sleep real its as effortless as breathing rappers are strippers. Gossiping but fake as hell," he continued.

Gucci being dropped could have been the result of internal issues or simply a contract running out- he was already working with an independent label, 1017 Brick Squad, in conjunction with Atlantic.

"He's not with Atlantic anymore," a former rep told "Not sure how the deal ended, it may have been a time thing." Gucci Mane's name has also been removed from the Atlantic roster on their website.

From there, though Gucci Mane continued lashing out, attacking Eminem, French Montana and other artists. He also alleged that he and Waka Flocka Flame, another Southern rapper, had sex with "Starships" rapper Nicki Minaj- a claim she didn't take lightly.

"May God strike me dead if I ever had sex wit that man #ugliness," the "American Idol" judge replied via Twitter. "He's sick and in dire need of rehab," she added, saying he looks like an "upset stomach."

Rapper T.I. also responded when Gucci Mane tweeted that he wanted to sleep with his "ugly" wife, Tiny.

"Only a fool acts reckless for publicity," T.I. posted.

Now, the 33-year-old rapper claims his account was hacked.

"My ex manager hack my acct str8 up," he wrote Wednesday after the backlash, referring to Kevin "Coach K" Lee, who managed him since 2010. Gucci also retweeted another account that alleged he was hacked.

Perhaps in an effort to spite Atlantic Records, Gucci also tweeted out a link to his latest album, Diary of a Trap God, deciding to give it away for free.

"5 minutes I drop my album free," he posted Wednesday, with a link following a few minutes later. "Diary of a trap god free free free."

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