Gucci Mane & Rocko Squash Their Beef, Join Forces on 'Pardon Me'

Gucci Mane
Jonathan Mannion

Gucci Mane

After pumping out a freestyle earlier this week for his forthcoming album Drop Top Wizop, Gucci Mane unleashes his fiery collaboration with Rocko titled "Pardon Me." 

From the onset, Gucci sweeps through the thunderous beat with hard-hitting quotables. "A n---a so fly, that I should have been a pilot / I know a n----a rap, but I could have been a stylist / Feel like a jeweler 'cause I rock so many diamonds / Could never run for president, my past too violent," he raps. 

The record serves as a peace treaty between Gucci and Rocko, who originally had beef in 2013 after Guwop went on a vicious Twitter rant against the U.O.E.N.O. star. Last February, the two came to a resolution and posed together for a picture during former NFL quarterback Michael Vick's retirement party. 

According to XXL, Gucci's rep revealed that "Pardon Me" will be used for an upcoming movie. Rick Ross also said in an interview last month that he and Gucci have a new film together in the works. "Me and Guwop gonna film our first movie," he told Atlanta V-103's Ryan Cameron in the interview. "We gon’ be beginning that in the next three months. They gonna see us swerving." 

On the music front, Gucci Mane released the video for his "Make Love" featuring Nicki Minaj.

Take a listen to Guwop's new collaboration with Rocko below. 


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