Date: March 27, 2013
Best Line: "I'll party with you, but I ain't doing no kind of business with you. I don't feel nothing he say out his mouth. It ain't real." 

Fans were hurt when Waka Flocka Flame confirmed things were no longer all good between he and his "mentor," Gucci Mane. The trouble began in March when Gucci tweeted (coincidentally on opening night of Spring Breakers) that he had dropped Waka from his Brick Squad 1017 label. The hip-hop community was left confused and afraid that they would never see these two as chummy as they were in Gucci's "Bricks" video ever again. Gucci attempted to clean the mess up saying his Twitter was hacked but neither Waka nor anyone else was sold.

Later that month, Waka got characteristically candid during an MTV interview. He questioned Gucci's business sense, essentially accusing him of trying to play chess like it's checkers. He continued the exchange of "aggressive words" between the two, verbally severing all business ties and finally, addressing Gucci's seemingly endless stream of legal issues. "I greet fans; he punches fans. It's a difference." How scathingly honest. It was all good just a year ago—what happened?