Gucci Mane trolled for ‘Publicity Stunt’ diss at NBA YoungBoy: 'It took YB to wake him up'

NBA YoungBoy’s single ‘I Hate YoungBoy’ was first aimed at his arch rival Lil Durk but he ended up dragging other rappers too


                            Gucci Mane trolled for ‘Publicity Stunt’ diss at NBA YoungBoy: 'It took YB to wake him up'
Gucci Mane and NBA YoungBoy (Photos by [email protected]/@neverbrokeagainllc)

Gucci Mane dropped a new single on Friday, March 4 called ‘Publicity Stunt’ and it looks like it is aimed at NBA YoungBoy as the latter had taken shots at the Alabama rapper in his recently released single called ‘I Hate YoungBoy.’ Before dropping the diss track Gucci Mane appeared to take subtle shots at the young rapper on Instagram as he shared multiple pictures of himself while using the caption from YoungBoy’s 2019 track ‘Make No Sense.’
 
Gucci Mane, looking dapper in an all-yellow outfit captioned the post as “I feel like I’m Gucci Mane in 2006”. Soon, the rumors got rife that Gucci Mane might drop a diss track for NBA YoungBoy which eventually turned out to be true. The 42-year-old rap star, however, soon got trolled by social media users for failing to release an impressive diss track. For the unversed, NBA YoungBoy’s new single ‘I Hate YoungBoy’ was first aimed at his arch-rival Lil Durk but he ended up dragging other rappers too like Lil Baby, Gucci Mane, King Von, 21 Savage, Boosie Badazz, and a few others.
 
 
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Gucci Mane drags NBA YoungBoy in new single ‘Publicity Stunt’

In the latest track, Gucci shades NBA YoungBoy with lyrics like, “He's tryna pull a publicity stunt/ These rappers be pu**y, they bleed once a month/ Don't speak on my name, don't get put in a blunt/ You can diss all you want, still won't get a response.” The ‘Rumors’ hitmaker further takes a dig while spitting, “Why you diss me for publicity (N-word)?/ Is you in the streets or a industry (N-word)?/ Is you my fan or my enemy, (N-word)?/ My money too long to be kiddin' with (N-word).”
 
Gucci then raps towards the end, “Ain't no disputin', I kill like I'm Putin/ Got a trunk full of shooters, I move like I'm Trump/ Soldiers stand up for me like I'm Obama/ Try go get some gas and got killed at the pump/ Say you got hits, but look, you in the slumps.”  While again referencing to NBA YoungBoy’s 2019 song, Gucci in the chorus repeats the line, “I thought you felt like Gucci Mane in 2006.” YoungBoy, who has so far not commented on the diss, had reverted to Lil Durk’s diss track within five hours. He is expected to release a diss track soon. MEAWW will keep you posted until then check out Gucci’s Publicity Stunt’ here.
 



 

 



 

 

‘The Gucci Mane diss on YB is funny asf’

Social media users trolled Gucci Mane for dissing YoungBoy as one of the users stated, “Gucci mane about 50 years old trying to diss a 22 year old” adding multiple laughing emojis at the end. Another chimed in, “Gucci mane really went & bought 2 yellow Ferraris to make a diss music video.” One trolled the rapper saying, “If Gucci Mane thinks this diss is good then he gonna get destroyed when Yb responds.”
 
One added, “Gucci ended the diss repeating “I thought you felt like Gucci Mane in 2006” then said “well damn” adding laughing emojis.  The next one shared, “The gucci mane diss on yb is funny asf.” Meanwhile, one individual tweeted, “Gucci mane diss song  sounds like offset rapping.” Whereas, another stated, “Yb didn’t even diss him tbh lmaoo bro was just disappointed.”  And, one user concluded, “Yb just gon drop a better diss back in 5 hours. took gucci a week to response.” One listener tweeted: "I can’t front Gucci mane diss hard but it took YB to wake him up for him to actually start popping."

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