Gucci Mane, 34, whose real name is Radric Davis, will serve the remaining 28 months of his 39 month sentence after pleading guilty to a gun charge. The rapper could also face traveling restrictions upon his release.
Gucci Mane, arguably the most volatile rapper around, is not going to like hearing this. His former friend and now enemy, Waka Flocka Flame, did not pull any punches in a new interview and threw out one of the harshest disses a rapper can — that Gucci isn’t even relevant anymore.
Gucci Mane may be the worst regarded star in hip-hop after slamming Nicki Minaj, 50 Cent, Drake, and many more during a profane, unprovoked Twitter rant on Sept. 9 — now he’s trying to pick up the pieces.
By the time 2013 ends, we might be thinking of this year in hip-hop the way historians think of World War I — a powder keg of emotion that has definitely exploded. Between Gucci Mane melting down during a hateful Twitter rant and Kendrick Lamar calling out all of his competition all at once, the rap world certainly hasn’t been boring this year.
Now Gucci Mane is really going to need help — legal help. The controversial, struggling rapper was reportedly put in handcuffs on Sept. 14 after acting erratically and cursing out policemen in the middle of an Atlanta, Ga. Things only got worse when the 33-year-old was taken into custody.
Gucci Mane has caused a lot of issues in the last week. The singer went on a Twitter rampage on Sept. 9 and began claiming that he slept with Nicki Minaj, Keyshia Cole, and rapper Tyga‘s wife. Gucci then posted text messages that he claims were sent to him by Drake, which show the Canadian very upset and only concerned about the well-being of his former lover, Rihanna. This entire situation leaves us with so many burning questions.