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Metro Boomin Couldn’t Keep Up With Gucci Mane During “DropTopWop” Sessions


Gucci Mane is the hungriest rapper ever. That’s why, at one point, he weighed 300 pounds and had a gut like the Octomom before she squirted all those kids out.

His latest tape, “Droptopwop,” is already being discussed as a classic. Over understated production from Metro Boomin, Wop absolutely skates over the ten track offering, and the whole thing is real treat for anybody that has functioning ear drums.

However, the project is only ten tracks long. Wtf Guwop? I’m hungry too, and I need to eat. Well, here’s your explanation. Apparently Metro is a huge f*cking p*ssy (I have to censor this stuff otherwise we won’t show up on search engines.)

Here’s what Gucci said about it during his interview with Zane Lowe:

“Metro used to always come by my studio when he was still going to school, when he was 18/19-years-old. A lot of times he’d come to the studio and I’d kick it with him, but I’d never rap on his beats. And he’d be like, ‘Gucci, why you never rap on my beats?’ To see what he’s doing now, every time he pull something up it make me wanna rap, it make me wanna record. We did 12 songs in two days; the only reason we didn’t do more songs is because Metro fell asleep!”

You heard it here first, folks. Metro is a human, and Gucci is an alien.

About J.V. Duyn

Head writer for Local Savage and resident Gucci Mane stan. Twitter: @kushstankmurda Instagram: @trilleonaire

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