Waka Flocka Flame Fires Off Subliminals on Alleged Gucci Mane Diss 'Was My Dawg': Listen

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Waka Flocka Flame

After claiming that his new song "Was My Dawg" wasn't a diss record aimed at Gucci Mane in a recent interview with BBC Radio, Waka Flocka Flame has finally released the controversial track. 

The song finds Waka Flocka Flame serving subliminals, allegedly targeting his former friend and Brick Squad collaborator. "Always yellin' Brick Squad, always talking fam first/ When yo' a-- got locked up, you turned on the fam first/ Always takin' f--kin' credit, never put in no work/ Used my name for leverage, before they front you, they gon' call first." 

He continues, "You, my n---a, man, I thought you was my brother/ How you f--k me over? Man we came up from the gutter/ Pistol in your face, before I do it say I love ya," he says. 

The track follows Waka's BBC Radio interview, where he addressed his rocky relationship with Gucci. “Hey, since he been out, did he shoot a video in East Atlanta? All right. I’m exposing these folks. I ain’t no hater, I’m just exposing. Atlanta got real big dogs, real kings of the east. East Atlanta got real kings. It ain’t one person.”

Since Gucci has been released from prison, he hasn't commented on his relationship with Waka Flocka Flame. 

Listen to "Was My Dawg" below.