So don't count Waka Flocka's mom as a fan of Gucci Mane's new autobiography. In a new interview with Pootah TV, Deb Antney, who used to manage Gucci, says that some of the details in The Autobiography of Gucci Mane are flat-out not true.

According to Pootah TV, one part of the Gucci autobiography says things between Gucci and Deb, who've had a strained relationship over the last several years after Gucci hired a new manager, went "sour" when Deb flipped around a song Gucci had originally recorded before he went to jail years ago. The song was called "Make The Trap Say Aye," and Gucci apparently says it was originally his before Deb made it OJ Da Juiceman's. Deb says that isn't the case.

"I will tell you that that's not true, okay. 'Make The Trap Say Aye' had nothing to do with it, it was OJ's record," Deb says in the vid. "That had nothing to do with it. The next thing I'm gonna tell you is that Gucci didn't write that book in its entirety because half of the book is false. So if anybody know the history of where we all were, pay attention. He already tells you who he is in the book. That's it."

Deb goes on to reiterate that "Make The Trap Say Aye" was always OJ Da Juiceman's record, before going on to claim that Brick Squad, which is Gucci Mane's record label, also belongs to OJ.

Check out Deb's interview below. The bit about Gucci Mane comes in at the 55-second mark.

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