UPDATED 10/21, at 3:22 p.m.: DJ Envy responded to Gucci's threat with his latest Instagram post.
"This isn’t the 1st time I’ve been threatened by an artist and probably won’t be the last time," the caption says. "I never been slapped, or snuffed or jumped before so not sure where that came from... but funny by all means."
DJ Envy also denied that Gucci was ever banned from The Breakfast Club; he just refused to do an interview without Yee's approval.
"@laflare1017 was never banned from the @breakfastclubam When asked, 'Would I do an interview without Yee...' My reply was, 'I will not do anything unless you clear it with my co-worker..' We call that riding for your team where I’m from!!! And he’s upset because my coworker defended herself.," he continued. "When Gucci did that post about Yee, she defended herself on the Breakfast Club and he’s mad because 'I let her do it'. I Have never ran from a Conversation in my life... My Kids are good, my wife is great and My Dog is excellent... Anyway, I heard some lies and wanted to address it."
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"It came from that punk ass bitch. And DJ Envy—he’s a pussy, too. Envy’s pussy, man," Gucci said 54 minutes into the interview, addressing the rumors claiming that he was banned from the Breakfast Club.
During a 2016 appearance on the show, Gucci Mane alleged that Yee tried to pursue a sexual relationship with him. Yee denied this on-air, but it sparked whispers that Gucci was banned from the Breakfast Club following his comment. Earlier this month, Yee and Envy reprised the "Club Court" segment to address the speculations. Yee says that Gucci was never banned from the Breakfast Club, but she also doesn't have his number nor did she want to have sex with him.
Gucci's issue with Envy appears to stem from the DJ resurfacing his 2013 Twitter rant, where he claimed to have had sex with almost all the popular women in the music industry.
"The day he did the people's court thing—he was there. Him and the girl or whatever. So he ain't have the nuts to come after he did that," Gucci continued. "Just like the way he stepped to [Desus and Mero] when they were talking about his wife.... I'ma confront him about what he and Angela did, and if he come at me wrong, I'ma slap the shit out him.... It ain't gonna be his first time getting slapped."
In addition to DJ Envy and Angela Yee, Gucci addressed a dispute with his the Migos. In April, Gucci recounted the story of when he first met the group on his Instagram. In the post, he claims that Takeoff and Quavo threw away their fake chains in exchange for the chains he had on his neck. Takeoff fired back by commenting: "Das Cap U Kno Dat... But I'm So Blessed We Gon Leave It @ Dat... Thank You." Gucci explains to Charlamagne that this was a misunderstanding and a repost from one of his various fan pages.
"When I posted that, that was my way of saying, ‘Man, I believed in ya’ll from the beginning and I had ya’ll back when everybody else was hating. But on the internet, it seemed like, Damn you’re trying to play me.’ And I can understand that, too," Gucci said. "Because I know Takeoff and we do talk, I said, ‘Hey, Takeoff my bad, I didn’t mean that. I got nothing but love for you. Ya’ll my brothers. I’m sorry.’ I told them that, but they still ain’t talk to me since."
The persona Gucci embodied at the beginning of his career comes from what he describes as his "unique backstory." The same day his 2005 album Trap House was release, Gucci was charged with killing Henry Lee Clark III. He didn't express any remorse about the fatal encounter. (The murder charges against Gucci were eventually dropped in 2006.)
"He needed to be in the ground.... He tried me," Gucci told Charlamagne. "That's the truth. Somebody come to you trying to kill you—self-defense, self-defense."