Gucci Mane is involved in some serious legal drama right now with federal gun charges on his head among other things. There's a possibility he may not even be a free man by the end of the year, but the uncertainty doesn't stop him from releasing new music. His latest offering is the celebratory 'Trap Numbers.'
Help often comes from the most unexpected of places. A prisoner in South Carolina is trying to help incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane get out of jail and beat federal charges. How will he go about doing this? By by becoming the 'Trap House' creator's lawyer.
Was Gucci Mane inspired by beloved author Maya Angelou on his new album? The rapper announced that his new album will be titled 'The State vs. Radric Davis: The Caged Bird Sings,' which seems to be a take on Angelou's book, 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.'
Despite seeking rehab to beat his drug addiction, it appears as if Gucci Mane will be facing some major jail time. The Atlanta rapper was indicted in federal court on two counts of possessing a firearm as a felon.
When Gucci Mane released his new free album, 'Diary of a Trap God,' just days after going on a destructive Twitter rant, during which he burned almost every bridge he had built in the industry, no one would blame you for calling his actions an elaborate promotional stunt.
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