Gucci Mane’s former manager, Debra Antney, is not feeling the rapper latest memoir, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. In an interview with Pootah TV, Antney made it clear that she believes Guwop book is full of falsehoods.

In one part of the book, Gucci details how things went sour after he hired Antney to be his manager. The Atlanta rapper claims that he recorded the song “Make the Trap Say Aye” before he went to prison and Antney gave it to O.J. da Juiceman.

Antney, who is the momanger of Waka Flocka Flame, said that not the case. "I will tell you that not true, okay. 'Make The Trap Say Aye' had nothing to do with it, it was OJ's record," she says in the video above.

"That had nothing to do with it," she continued. "The next thing I'm gonna tell you is that Gucci didn't write that book in its entirety because half of the book is false. So if anybody know the history of where we all were, pay attention. He already tells you who he is in the book. That's it."

Before Antney concluded her interview she drops another surprising claim that Brick Squad, which is Gucci's record label, also belongs to O.J. da Juiceman.

Reps for Gucci Mane has not yet responded to Debra Antney's claims.