Monday, August 24, 2015

Gucci Mane: Never Count GuWop Out!

GuWop ain't tired. Gucci Mane continues to release albums and mixtapes while serving his federal time out. He plans on releasing a movie and two new albums.

Atlanta's own Gucci Mane (Radric Davis) is over in Indiana at the Terre Haute Federal Time Out serving the firearm with disability charge.

The King Of East Atlanta managed to hire a great attorney. On that federal charge he was suppose to get a twenty year lock down. But it turns out that he will get anger management and treatment.

Gucci will serve 3.6 years in federal time out.

He will be out in June 2017.

While he's in the federal time out, he released albums and mixtapes.

Gucci Mane released over 28 studio albums, 45 mixtapes, and three extended play albums. He plans on releasing five more mixtapes, two albums and one movie.

I am guessing on good behavior and being a notable celebrity, Gucci can have some access to the social media with the feds watching of course.

He also went to Linkdin to sign up for career assistance.

The incident in 2013 was a binge moment for Gucci. The Atlanta Police busted Gucci when he was was hanging out with a friend, and was behaving "erratically." This friend then decided to call the police to help him out. When the police arrived, Gucci began cursing and threatening them.

Authorities then took Gucci into custody and upon searching him, they found marijuana and a handgun on him. Gucci was then booked on charges of carrying a concealed weapon, possession of marijuana, and disorderly conduct. He was reportedly hospitalized following the arrest.

Before his transfer to federal time out, he got served up 183 days in jail.

He revealed to the public he's been fighting drug abuse and bipolar disorder. He apologized to his fans about his behavior and manned up.

Granted the misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct were reduced,

I admit I am a fan of Gucci Mane. Here's a list of my favorite Gucci albums.

1) Trap God
2) The Return of Mr. Zone 6
3) The Diary of a Trap God
4) Free Bricks (with Future)
5) Free Bricks II (with Young Scooter)
6) Young Thugga Mane La Flare (with Young Thug)
7) Ferrari Boyz (with Waka Flocka)
8) Breakfast
9) WWIII: Molly
10) Felix Brothers (with PeeWee Longway and Young Dolph)
11) The G.R.E.E.N. Album (with Migos)
12) Money, Pounds & Ammunition (with PeeWee Longway)
13) Big Gucci Sosa (with Chief Keef)
14) Trap God 2
15) East Atlanta Santa
16) Brick Factory Vol. 1
17) Trust God Fuck 12 (with Rich Homie Quan)
18) The W.H.I.T.E. Album (with PeeWee Longway)
19) Trap House
20) Hard to Kill
21)The State vs. Radric Davis
22) Lunch
23) WWIII: Gas
24) The P.U.R.P.L.E. Album (with Young Thug)
25) I'm Up
26) The Return of Mr. Perfect
27) Brick Factory Vol. 2
28) Trap God 3
29) WWIII: Lean
30) Buy My Album

So dedication is what keeps Gucci Mane going. He is an example of entertainers who refuse to stay away. In this rap game, if you catch a federal case, it's a wrap. Gucci wants to prove the critics wrong.

He's devoted to Atlanta's trap music.



1 comment:

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