Gucci Mane Accepts Blame for Beef With Future Over 'Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition' Release

Gucci Mane addresses talking to Future about a past disagreement in a podcast interview.

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Gucci Mane was recently on the Big Bank and DJ Scream podcast Big Facts, where he addressed the squashing of the quiet beef he had with Future over the release logistics of their joint mixtape, Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition. The two released the project following Gucci's release from prison back in 2016. 

The EP featured production credits from Southside, London on da Track, Zaytoven, and Metro Boomin, and was a follow up to the Atlanta duo's first collaborative endeavor, Free Bricks. Issues would surface surrounding the release of the sequel EP, when Gucci released the entire project for free without putting it on streaming the day after he was released from prison. 

"He said, 'goddamn, Gucci dropped the whole tape, that ain't how shit goes, You gotta put it on Spotify, this, that and the third,'" Gucci said of Future's reaction at the time. "I had just did that with [Lil] Uzi [Vert] and Uzi was with it. So, in my mind, we just doing this. I'm just juicing. I'm just getting out. I ain't even thinking that much into it. We ain't talked ever. He said, 'you did some bullshit' and then we ain't talked no more."

Gucci said that he and Future recently reconnected over the phone and reconciled their differences after he admitted that he was in the wrong for dropping Free Bricks 2 without consulting him about it first. You can listen to the entire interview below.

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