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The Aftermath: Did Gucci Mane’s Twitter Account Get Hacked?

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In one of the wildest Twitter attacks ever, this week Gucci Mane claimed to have had intimate relationships with a number of hip-hop and R&B's most prominent and loveliest women -- Nicki Minaj, Tiny, Black China, Mya, Fantasia, and the unbelievable list goes on.

This media spectacle that sparked a Twitter war between Nicki and Gucci was fit for debate on Yahoo Music's The Aftermath, the best music discussion on the 'net. This week's special guest, Omar Burgess, features editor for HipHopDX, chimes in on Gucci's antics as well as other hot topics.

The roundtable examines whether 2 Chainz's "B.O.A.T.S. II" album is better than "Based On A T.R.U. Story." We report that DJ Mister Cee resigned from his gig at New York's Hot 97 for fear of further exposure of his relationship with a transgender male. We analyze Kendrick Lamar's reaction to a diss from Meek Mill, and also take on the Ol' Dirty Bastard hologram at the Rock The Bells festival and how Arsenio Hall inadvertently helped Ice Cube land his role in "Boyz N The Hood."

Watch the segment, and let us know your opinion on the topics.

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