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Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, OJ Da Juiceman Beef On Twitter

The Brick Squad beef continues as Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka and Gooch's signees digitally duked it out on Twitter this past weekend. Enter longtime B.S. member OJ Da Juiceman, who had more than 140 characters to say about the situation.

"Niggaz forgot who made bricksquad niggaz know they ain't never had no bricks frfr," he wrote. "Some told me to get on twitter and I see niggaz talking Brazy bout the Kidd we was just Boyz see where that homeboy shit get cha ... I can't beef wit a nigga who grew up behind a picket fence our struggle wasn't the same I'm GONE!!!! 32ent!!! ... Niggaz MADD at me cuzz they MADD at they boss nigga I'm my own boss hype man ass niggaz mayne!!!!"

He also keeps the peace with Gucci. "And I never heard a diss record from big Gucc say'n my name#FACTS," he continues. "Boi these niggaz worst than hoe's ... Shout out to big Gucc I fuks witcha thugg u know we came from the mudd #1000."

This then stirred up responses from other Squad rappers including Wooh Da Kid and a diss record towards Gucci from Waka's cousin Frenchie, called "Sometimes." Even the B.S. leader couldn't keep away from the action.

"Waka tell atlantic records dont call my cell bout buying. You from me unless they got 1million. If u rich waka. Buy yo contract bitch 1M," Gucci posted, referencing the claim he made in August that he was selling Waka's rights. "Tell. Bsm. Ya ma stole 500k from oj. Got my boy trapping at d texaco again."

While the "No Hands" rapper himself didn't take direct shots, he loaded his timeline with some subliminals.

"A man must be big enough to admit his mistakes, smart enough to profit from them, and strong enough to correct them. #bighomieFlock," Waka wrote. "Family1st Mufuckas !!!!!!"

No telling when the dust will settle on this duel.

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