Gucci Mane Regrets “Dissin The Dead” & Calls For Stop To Trend

Gucci Mane felt accountable for rappers disparaging the dead.


The veteran rapper reconsidered his past raps on a new song titled “Dissin the Dead.” Gucci Mane hoped other artists would follow his lead and stop mentioning the deceased in disses.

“I know my tongue is a sword, I know I should be more careful with s### that I said/I feel like I started a trend that never gon’ stop, they gon’ keep dissing the dead/None of this s###’s pretend, this s### so for real, a n#### get shot in the head/Young n#### wicked on pills and going on drills, we need to stop dissing the dead,” he rapped on the song’s hook.

Gucci Mane famously dissed the dead during his feud with Jeezy. Guwop mentioned shooting and killing Jeezy’s affiliate Pookie Loc on a 2012 track titled “Truth.”

“Go dig your partner up, n####, bet he can’t say s###/And if you looking for the kid, I’ll be in Zone 6,” he rapped.

More recently, Gucci Mane mentioned Pookie Loc again on a song called “Rumors.” The Lil Durk-assisted track dropped in January.

“D.A. dropped my murder, didn’t have evidence to prove it/I think my house is haunted, yeah, by who? The ghost of Pookie,” Guwop rapped.

Since then, Gucci Mane apparently had a change of heart.

Watch the video for “Dissin the Dead” below.

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Gucci Mane Urges Rappers To Stop “Dissin The Dead” In New Music Video

After recently shocking rap fans by disrespecting the dead, Gucci Mane appears to have had a change of heart. Now, he’s urging rappers to stop “Dissin the Dead” in his new song and music video.

The track, which was produced by ATL Jacob, TM88, TooDope, and Akachi, finds Guwop voicing his remorse for playing a part in sparking the trend, as he drawls, “I know I should be more careful with the sh*t that I said/ I feel like I started a trend, they never gon’ stop/ They gon’ keep dissin’ the dead.”

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Shot by Omar The Director and taking place in Atlanta, the accompanying visual finds Gucci roaming the grounds of a graveyard while delivering his bars and donning a menacing mask at various points in the clip.

Over the past decade, rap artists and their affiliates speaking ill of the dead has become commonplace, with some going as far as desecrating their foe’s grave in certain instances. In his own 2012 song, “The Truth,” Gucci referenced Pookie Loc, an affiliate of former rival Young Jeezy who was killed by Gucci in self-defense during a 2005 home invasion. In 2020, during hisgucci-mane-682803/” data-ylk=”slk:Verzuz battle” class=”link “Verzuz battle against Jeezy, Guwop infamously rehashed the topic by playing “The Truth” as one of his selections during the evening.

Apparently, Gucci Mane isn’t the only rapper looking to kill the trend of degrading the dead, as Wiz Khalifa also put out a P.S.A. regarding the matter on social media last year. “As entertainers, lets try some sh*t next year. Minding our own business,” the Taylor Gang rapper wrote. “Not dis respecting each others family, dead homies, or area they come from. Stop using someone else’s significant other as a one up to the

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