Young Jeezy & Gucci Mane Camps Fight in ATL
The beef between Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane may be over but no one sent the memo to their respective crews.
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution the two camps were involved in a dispute in downtown ATL this afternoon (March 4). Shots were fired today at around 4 p.m. at Walters Clothing store but no one was injured.
The altercation started when Wacka Flocka Flame, a member of Gucci’s 1017 Brick Squad and the son of rap manager Debra Antney (Gucci, Nicki Minaj), and his affiliates spotted Jeezy’s crew in the store. After the fight broke out, Flocka’s bodyguard allegedly fired his weapon. He is currently in police custody.
"There was a physical altercation inside the location between several men," Atlanta Police spokesman James Polite told the AJC. One of the men produced a gun "and as a result a private armed security guard of a local entertainer discharged his weapon."
An employee at Walters said that the “O Let’s Do It” rapper suffered injuries. "Whoever he is he's got a big swollen eye now," he said.
As previously reported, Waka was just shot last January in a botched robbery attempt.
Gucci and Jeezy publicly squashed their long-standing beef live on DJ Drama’s Hot 107.9 radio show in December. —Elan Mancini