Gucci Mane has been under constant attack after the burial of his late signee Big Scarr over the weekend. Scarr’s family and friends blasted Gucci publicly and accused him of not fulfilling the payment of the funeral expenses as he promised. They accuse him of not paying a dime until Gucci Mane’s wife Keyshia Ka’Oir pulled up a receipt of $10K they directly paid to the funeral home.
Well, these sh-tty family members are back, not to apologize to Gucci for embarrassing him but to drag him some more. Scarr’s brash sister Alexandra is out to attack Gucci again claiming, the money they sent was meager and could not cater for their $60K funeral bill. Yes, they supposedly had a $60K funeral and expected Gucci to pay it all. I would have been disappointed if the dude paid that sh-t.
This is a family that lost a 22-year-old vibrant man to drugs supposedly and all they could think about is public drama and money they do not deserve.
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The drama over Big Scarr’s funeral continues and this time the deceased rapper’s sister had a lot to say about Gucci Mane’s $10,000 donation.
“Yea, Gucci sent $10,000. And somebody else on another team. So, it was $20,000 in all. And we ain’t get the flowers. I don’t give a f— what nobody say. Anyway, the funeral getting paid for regardless. That little-ass money. That’s why we said he didn’t help. That wasn’t enough. My brother funeral was 60K in all,” she said.
Before Alexandra blasted Gucci, Big Scarr associate Quezz Ruthless and others trashed him online for the offering.
“Them people called your phone to see if you was gon’ pay for the funeral, you blocked them,” Quezz said on Live. “That’s not real. On God, that’s not real. That ain’t straight. You trying to act all real. You posted Scarr, talking ’bout some ‘Love Live him.’ You aint’ do nothing.”
Big Scarr, real name Alexander Woods, was an American rapper known for his track “SoIcyBoyz”, which features Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and Tay Keith. He released his debut mixtape, Big Grim Reaper, on April 16, 2021. The tape peaked at number 25 on the Billboard 200. He was signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records.
“You ain’t getting them chains back,” Quezz continued. “You can’t get them chains. It’s no way you getting them chains. It ain’t no way that’s happening. Come on, now. You tripping, cuz. Thought we was just gon’ let that go? No. It’s over with. You played. And we don’t need your money to pay for his funeral. He was gon’ get buried either way. It’s just the point that you supposed to be his CEO. And you supposed to be this, this and that, and you done lied like that. How do you even feel real with yourself?”
You can be anything in this world but ungrateful and entitled is where you should draw the line. The determination of this family to make money from a 22-year-old’s tragic death is saddening. I’m glad Gucci Mane did not send the money directly to them, they don’t deserve sh-t.