This week in Hip Hop, there were many storylines to follow. Gucci Mane stays working, but even he is not immune to Illuminati rumors. Quavo makes a bold declaration about the dab. Atlanta's Hot 107.9 gave us some of the most entertaining stories of the week.
Check it all out below:

Gucci Mane Is Not a Clone

Gucci Mane's release from prison is too good to be true for some people. Rumors have circulated that the Trap King that is living it up on social media is not really the Trap King, but instead a clone, a product of the Illuminati. Guwop laughed off the speculation and ensures us it's really him.

Quavo: The Dab is Dead

Quavo said it. The dab is dead. After a long run that got everyone on board from Cam Newton to 50 Cent to National Spelling Bee participants, the Migos member says it's officially time to find the next hot trend.

50 Cent & Kevin Gates Entertain At Hot 107.9's Birthday Bash

Atlanta radio station Hot 107.9 gave us some of our top stories this week. First, Kevin Gates gave an extremely awkward interview before even hitting the stage. Then, 50 Cent wouldn't get off the stage as his set time was up and T.I. and Jeezy, the hometown heroes, were up next.

DXclusives: Ghostface Killah & KXNG CROOKED

HipHopDX spoke with Ghostface Killah about the possibility of another Wu-Tang Clan album.
"RZA put the ball in my hand," he says of the group reunion. "He said 'Yo, I want you to do it,' and I been wanting to do it, and that’s a big test for me right there."
He also suggests Drake should be on XXL's Freshman list, details meeting ScHoolboy Q, and counters Waka Flocka's claims that "clever rap is over."
KXNG CROOKED gave HipHopDX the exclusive announcement for his upcoming album, Good vs. Evil. The project is a commentary of today's politics, police relations and more. It is set to drop in August.
"I think we need to have some more conversations than Hip Hop," the Slaughterhouse member says, "some more political conversations, some more conversations about police, the relationship between the community and the police, more conversations about politicians and their pandering and what they will really do and conversations about laws that are really just designed to attack the inner city and the minorities. I think it's time to start having those conversations. So this album is for the grown up people and I think it's going to shake a few things up because it's raw and edgy. It's unapologetic."