Waka Flocka Flame is apparently promoting his Brick Squad Monopoly compilation, not the Gucci Mane-led "Big Money Talk" he is controversially featured on.
In the last month, Gucci Mane has confirmed Waka Flocka Flame's appearance on the forthcoming Brick Squad (a/k/a 1017 Brick Squad) Big Money Talk compilation. Planned for later this year, the project is to said to also include Chief Keef, OJ Da Juiceman, Young Scooter and others. However, Waka's involvement follows a March outing from the group, when Gucci Mane said so on Twitter.
Waka has since elaborated on the reported beef and incident, claiming that he will never do business with his onetime Rap mentor again. More recently, an optimistic Gucci Mane noted that he and Waka always work through their disputes, and he believed that the collective would be restored.
Asked by Mikey T The Moviestar, Waka Flocka dismissed his appearance on the Big Money Talk project. "I ain't got nothin' to do with that [Big Money Talk] album," Waka said. "I'm Brick Squad Monopoly. I still listen to Chief [Keef's] music. Gucci [Mane's] music [is cool]—everybody's music, I just don't see myself making an album with that group. That ain't where I lay my [work at]." Instead, Flocka promoted his own compilation, "Look out for the Brick Squad Monopoly album, family first."
Brick Squad Monopoly, currently on tour, features Wooh Da Kid, Frenchie and others.