Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane has publicly reached out to fans and asked them to keep him updated amid a jail stint.

Gucci revealed his jail location and requested fans to hit him up via a Twitter post earlier this week.

Check out this letter Gucci recently wrote right here…

In a recent open letter, Gucci promised to make changes to help better his career.

“My idea is to take my career to the next level. I am planning to take my music to a higher level and use the attention and influence to sell movies, books, clothing and be a living testimony to all people showing that you can start from humble beginnings and transcend to something greater. It feels great to see my plan take root and begin to blossom even though I’m physically incarcerated but spiritually and mentally I’m free as ever. I enjoy working out molding my body and I look forward to changing my diet for the better because I realize to get to the status I crave I must make a life-change which is permanent not a quick-fix.” (MTV)

The locked up rap star also said he planned on living a healthier life.

“I can see myself now at the top of my game, me and my beautiful lady walking the red carpet at the best parties and getting flooded with accolades at the award shows and setting trends that will be copied around the world. This is not a dream though this is a plan that I will affect directly. I know that by me stayin sober, praying and fasting and stepping up to the plate to the father, and man I am destined to be I will impact my family and the entire universe for the better.” (MTV)

Earlier this year, Mane pleaded guilty and received a three-year sentence for a March 2013 Atlanta nightclub attack.

Authorities have said the man approached Davis and was looking to have his picture taken with him. Prosecutors say the fan was an Army staff sergeant in town on a brief military leave. Authorities have said the man suffered a deep cut which required 10 stitches. Spokeswoman Yvette Jones says Davis’s three-year sentence will be served concurrently with a 39-month federal firearms sentence that he was given in late August. (Fox News)