In a feud that continues to gain momentum, Gucci Mane sat down with “The Breakfast Club” co-host Charlamagne Tha God in an attempt to address his beef with the show’s other co-hosts, Angela Yee and DJ Envy.

”I meant no disrespect to [Angela Yee]. I wasn’t trying to humiliate that girl or embarrass her no kind of way. I was just defending myself, showing, ‘Hey, if you’re going to tell somebody that I’m banned from the radio station or declining, this is gettin’ me to decline,’” he told Charlamagne.

Guwop claims that he was banned from “The Breakfast Club” over an awkward 2016 interview, where he accused Yee of coming onto him.

“Wow! So you mean to tell me The breakfast club BANNED me 4 this? #TruthHurtst #getoffmydick,” Guwop wrote on Instagram earlier this month, including a clip from the interview.

On the “Breakfast Club Court,” Yee denied Gucci’s claims, saying he has not been banned from the show. She also stated that a representative of Gucci’s reached out to her after the interview, saying that the rapper wanted to apologize by phone. She allegedly rejected the offer, insisting Gucci apologize publicly.

In his interview with Charlamagne, Guwop also directed his attention at “Breakfast Club” host DJ Envy, saying, “I got an issue with him. I’mma step to him when I see him. Just like when I seen him stepped to the people talkin’ about his wife when they came up there and he confronted them. So I’ma confront him about what him and Angela did and if he come at me wrong, I’ma slap the sh*t out of him. It won’t be his first-time gettin’ slapped.”

Gucci claims the beef began with rumors spread by Envy. “It came from that punk ass b*tch, man. DJ Envy— he’s a p *ssy, too… Envy pu*sy, man. Pu*sy. He was scared to even come. You know he scared,” he said.

DJ Envy responded to Gucci’s threats on Instagram, writing, “This isn’t the 1st time I‘ve been threatened by an artist and probably won’t be the last time.”

“[Gucci] was never banned from [‘The Breakfast Club’],” he continued. “When asked, ‘Would I do an interview without Yee…’ My reply was, ‘I will not do anything unless you clear it with my co-worker… We call that riding for your team where I’m from!!! And he’s upset because my coworker defended herself.. Never in a million years will I tell my co-hosts what to say or what not to say… We share that platform.. When Gucci did that post about Yee, she defended herself on the Breakfast Club and he’s mad because ‘I let her do it.’”

During the interview, Gucci also addressed another awkward social media moment from earlier this year. Back in April, Guwop caused some friction when he claimed he’d replaced Offset and Takeoff’s fake chains.

“The First day I met the [Migos, Quavo and Takeoff] both threw away the fake chains they had on cuz I gave them them both the 2chains off my neck,” he wrote in the post. “Same day [Offset] called from jail and told me send racks to his lawyer to get him out and I did that the same day off our first conversation.”

Soon after the Instagram post was shared, Takeoff denied the claims, commenting, “Das Cap U Kno Dat… But I’m So Blessed We Gon Leave It @ Dat… Thank You.”

Gucci now says the whole thing was a misunderstanding and has since apologized. Quavo and Takeoff both appeared on his latest Woptober II album.

”When I posted that, that was my way of saying I believed in y’all from the beginning and I had y’all back when everyone else was hating. But on the internet, it seemed like, ‘Damn, you trying to play me,’” he said. “But because I know Takeoff and we do talk, I [said], ‘Hey, Takeoff, man, my bad, I didn’t mean it. I got nothing but love for you. Y’all my brothers. I’m sorry.’ You know, I told him that but they still ain’t talk to me since… They cut me off. Man, Takeoff cut me off behind that sh*t.”

Watch the whole interview below.