Gucci Mane’s Probation Ends Two Years Early, Rapper Sending Out $1,000 Wedding Invitations
Great news for Gucci Mane. After a year of being released from prison, he is no longer on probation. According to The FADER, a judge has agreed to terminate his probation two years early.
On Aug. 23, Judge Steve C Jones in Atlanta signed the papers end the Gucci’s probation. On Sept. 19, the Brick Squad leader will officially be a free man. Ironically, it will be the same day that Gucci releases his new book, The Autobiography Of Gucci Mane. You can peep Gucci's court documents here.
This bit of good fortune comes at a fantastic time for Gucci. He and his supportive wife, Keyshia Ka’oir, are planning a $1 million wedding in October - specifically on 10/17/2017. If you look closely, you’ll notice that the numbers 10-17 are the same digits of Gucci’s record label, 1017 Records (aka 1017 Brick Squad Records).
The couple have already sent out invitations, which reportedly cost around $1,000 each, according to TMZ. The lavish invitation, which features Gucci’s real name, Radric Davis, is a mirror-inspired booklet flushed with Swarovski crystals inside. About 100 people are on the guest list with plus-ones, but only half got the expensive booklet. Those whose received the pricey invitation include Drake, Selena Gomez, the Weeknd, Rihanna, Pharrell Williams, Solange Diddy, Monica, Rick Ross, Trina and Migos.
We guess our invite got lost in the mail.
Overall, Gucci and Keyshia's wedding is going to be an affair to remember. Congrats to the happy couple.