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Takeoff Discredits Gucci Mane's Recollection Of Migos Rocking Fake Chains

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Gucci Mane's history in the city of Atlanta is way deeper than what the mainstream gives him credit for. While Gucci Mane is undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of our generation, he's also quietly been one of the game's best A&R's. Looking at his track record, he was early on some of the biggest names in the game before they blew up including Migos. Gucci Mane took to Instagram to share a story about the first time he met Migos but according to Takeoff, "das CAP."

Gucci Mane took to Instagram to share a quick #FBF with a clip of his music video for "Holmes" with Migos and Young Scooter. Gucci decided to take a trip down memory lane, recalling the first time he met Migos. Gucci claimed that both Quavo and Takeoff were wearing fake chains at the time which they threw away after Gucci gave them the chains on their neck. Gucci also added that on that same day, Offset called from jail and asked Gucci to send his lawyer money to get him out. Gucci claimed he obliged but apparently, Takeoff felt that the whole story was exaggerated.

"Das Cap U Kno Dat... But I'm So Blessed We Gon Leave It @ Dat... Thank You," he wrote in the comments before Gucci Mane responded. "Boi U Cap You ain't forgot 💰."

Despite the exchange, it's clearly still all love. Gucci Mane's previously called Takeoff his favorite rapper right now and the two have collaborated on numerous occasions.


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