Long before the word "trap" was plastered across every hat and t-shirt as a fashion statement, Gucci Mane and his crew of southern rappers branded themselves through the actual lifestyle. Last night, even with the raised popularity of the term, Gucci released his 'Trap God 2' mixtape. Shortly after the release Gucci fired off a diss-tweet at A$AP Ferg, directed at his upcoming 'Trap Lord' mixtape. ASAP whoever calling his mixtape trap lord niggas need to get off my dick and let they momma get on it — Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) February 13, 2013 In response to the diss, Ferg responded with two tweets of his own.  TRAP LOORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRD ACROSS MY BELLLYYY!!! NIGGAS IS WASHED UP LOLOL — A$AP F3RG (@ASAPferg) February 13, 2013 THERES A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GODS AND LORDS" LORDS NEVER WORRY" tTRAP LORD — A$AP F3RG (@ASAPferg) February 13, 2013
News | February 13, 2013
A$AP Ferg & Gucci Mane Exchange Shots on Twitter

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Long before the word "trap" was plastered across every hat and t-shirt as a fashion statement, Gucci Mane and his crew of southern rappers branded themselves through the actual lifestyle. Last night, even with the raised popularity of the term, Gucci released his 'Trap God 2' mixtape. Shortly after the release Gucci fired off a diss-tweet at A$AP Ferg, directed at his upcoming 'Trap Lord' mixtape.

In response to the diss, Ferg responded with two tweets of his own.