Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz and Young Dolph got money to blow. According to TMZ, the ATL rappers dropped a combined $60,000 at V Live in Atlanta on Thursday (Oct. 20).

Guwop is winning. He reportedly arrived with his girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir, but then he spent most of his racks on FAME, one of the more well-known chicks in the business. You can watch the video of Gucci, Tityboi and Dolph turning up at V Live above, courtesy of TMZ. Earlier in the day, Gucci's video shoot ended in gunfire. Luckily, there were no injuries or arrests made during the scary incident.

Mr. Zone Six was filming a video with Rozay when shots rang out, ending things prematurely. The two have a track together, “Money Machine,” on Gucci’s recently released Woptober. However, it appears they were filming the visual for a new track to be titled “Buy Back the Block.” MMG’s Self Made 4 is on the way, and Gucci announced yet another new album, East Atlanta Santa, earlier this week, so "But Back the Block" could appear any number of places.

Earlier this week, Gucci and 2 Chainz collaborated with Quavo for “Good Drank,” and since being released from prison in May, Gucci Mane has already dropped two albums, Everybody Looking and Woptober, with East Atlanta Santa expected to be out Dec. 16. “There’s a different sound to some of the stuff that’s going on,” Guwop told XXL for our fall cover story. “I’m forcing myself to like it because, it’s different. It’s not what I grew up listening to. It’s not the stuff I would generally play in my car, but if everybody else like it, who am I to say they’re stupid or that they’re wrong?”

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