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On new Gucci Mane monitor “Dissin the Useless,” the Atlanta emcee calls out different rappers for talking in poor health of deceased artists of their music.
Gucci Mane is talking out towards “Dissin the Useless.” On his new monitor of the identical title, the Atlanta emcee urges different rappers to chorus from the development of disrespecting useless enemies, particularly fallen rappers. The tune, which launched on Wednesday (July 27) is accompanied by a music video filmed by Omar the Director, the place Gucci wears hoodies with messages “R.I.P. Hassle” and “Lengthy Dwell Dolph.” The video arrived on what would’ve been Younger Dolph‘s thirty seventh birthday.
“I do know my tongue is a sword, I do know I needs to be extra cautious with shit that I mentioned/I really feel like I began a development that’s by no means gon’ cease, they gon’ hold dissing the useless/None of this shit no faux, this shit so for actual, a nigga get shot within the head/Younger nigga depraved on drugs and happening drills, we have to cease dissing the useless,” Gucci raps on the refrain.
Apparently, Gucci is altering his methods after having a historical past of talking in poor health of useless folks in his older music. As soon as having a long-running feud with Jeezy – which nearly turned deadly in 2005 – Guwop carried out diss tune “The Fact” throughout his 2020 Verzuz with Jeezy, the tune being geared toward Jeezy’s pal Pookie Loc, who was allegedly killed in self-defense in the course of the 2005 capturing. Gucci referred to Pookie Loc once more in his “Rumors” collaboration with Lil Durk, however put the disrespect within the grave on “Dissin the Useless” the place he rapped, “I’m the one put your boy identify on a stone/I dissed the useless and I knew it was improper.”