News: Gucci Mane Reflects On Brrrrreaking Free, "First Thing I Did..." [Video]
Thursday, Jul 14, 2011 3:55PM
Finally freed from prison, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane has opened up about embracing his freedom and what he did after walking past the metal gates.
Gucci said his first order of business upon becoming a free man was returning to the studio.
'"I got out like a day ago. First thing I did, I just got my feet planted on the ground," Gucci revealed in an interview. "Went back to the studio, banged out about five records. I got some great writing done, I got some new hits that people need to wait on...[In] ten years, hopefully I'll still be touring, making music, doing something that I love. Right now, rapping is the thing that I love. Maybe then, I'll have another passion." (Karma Loop TV)
The rapper was finally released from jail last Friday (July 8).
Gucci Mane is home- no for real this time. After a few false starts, the "Freaky Gurl" rapper was freed from Fulton County Jail early Friday morning his lawyer confirmed for RapFix. During the 4th of July weekend reports swirled that the Atlanta-based rapper was released from a three-month jail stint stemming from a probation violation, but that was not so."Procedural holdups" delayed Gucci's release, but today all of the legal drama is seemingly behind him. (Rapfix)
Following his release, Gucci reportedly went on a three-day "Welcome Back" run.
Gucci is hitting three parties in Georgia and Tennessee to celebrate with his fans. Friday night the singer, who makes people go Brrr, is performing at Club Fathom for a Welcome Home Party. The poster -- fittingly -- features Gucci with handcuffs. Saturday he travels to the Life Nightclub in Atlanta and on Sunday he appears at Atlanta's Velvet Room with boxer Floyd Maryweather, who is an aspiring rapper. (RumorFix)
He served months behind bars on a probation violation.
Rapper Gucci Mane's lawyer is denying accusations that the musician pushed a woman out of his Hummer as he drove down a suburban Atlanta street in January. Attorney Ashutosh Joshi said Tuesday the artist intends to plead not guilty. DeKalb County prosecutors on Tuesday announced formal charges of battery, reckless conduct and disorderly conduct against the rapper, also known as Radric Delantic Davis, 31. DeKalb Solicitor-General Sherry Boston said the rapper's conduct "shows a wilful disregard for a woman's personal safety." Joshi said he and his client look forward to having the opportunity to fight the charges in court. (Canadian Press)
Check out Gucci Mane's interview down below:
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