Gucci Mane Raps ‘No Diddy’ in New Diss Track ‘TakeDat’

Gucci Mane "TakeDat" music video (Credit: YouTube/Gucci Mane)

Gucci Mane has drawn inspiration from Sean “Diddy” Combs’ growing legal troubles.

The Atlanta rapper released the surprise new single “TakeDat” on Wednesday, April 24.

The music video trolls Diddy, mocks his playboy lifestyle, and includes references to the recent sexual abuse lawsuits filed against the music mogul.

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The video shows Gucci cruising around Miami, wearing iced-out jewelry, and enjoying the company of bikini-clad women in a jacuzzi.

“I’m just f–king around, but no Diddy/ We gettin’ higher than a kite, no Diddy/ See my artists double plaque, no Diddy/ Sippin’ on yak, no Diddy,” Gucci raps.

The slang term “No Diddy” has been trending on social media in recent weeks — and is a slight related to the allegations against Diddy, according to XXL.

Gucci references the Notorious B.I.G.’s Bad Boy single “Mo Money Mo Problems.”

“I’m in a room full of hoes, no Diddy/ Mo Money Mo Problems, no Diddy,” the rapper fires off.

At one point, Gucci mention’s Diddy’s on-off girlfriend Yung Miami and he re-creates the hot tub scene from Notorious B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa” music video that featured Diddy.

[Watch the video below]

Later, Gucci brings up the federal raids on Diddy’s homes and the allegations in lawsuits of “spiking drinks.”

“What’s done in the dark will come to the light,” he raps.

As Gucci racks at views at Diddy’s expense, the billionaire producer is avoiding the spotlight and likely plotting his next legal moves against the feds.

Federal agents with the Department of Homeland Security raided his mansions in Los Angeles and Miami on March 25, in connection with a sex trafficking investigation.

His attorney Aaron Dyer blasted the feds for using “military-level force” and for placing the mogul’s sons Justin and Christian “King” Combs in handcuffs.

Diddy is at the center of civil lawsuits from four women and male music producer Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones alleging sexual abuse, sex trafficking, and other crimes.

He settled a lawsuit with ex-girlfriend Cassie Ventura, but the others are still pending.

Diddy has denied all of the allegations in the five lawsuits.

He’s also being sued for premises liability in a complaint filed earlier this month by Grace O’Marcaigh, a stewardess in the yachting industry.

O’Marcaigh alleges in her 31-page lawsuit that she was sexually assaulted by Diddy’s son Christian Combs on a yacht that the mogul chartered in December 2022.

Attorney Aaron Dyer, who is representing Christian Combs and his father, said the lawsuit is filled with “manufactured lies.”

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