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Gucci Mane
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Vocalist
    (February 12, 1980- )
    Born in Bessemer, Alabama
    Birth name was Radric Delantic Davis
    Recorded the albums ‘Trap House’ (2005), ‘Hard to Kill’ (2006), ‘Trap-A-Thon’ (2007), ‘Back to the Trap House’ (2007), ‘The State vs Radric Davis’ (2009), ‘The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted’ (2010), ‘Everybody Looking’ (2016) and ‘Mr. Davis’ (2017)
    Recorded the singles ‘Icy’ (2005), ‘Freaky Gurl’ (2007), ‘Wasted’ (2009), ‘Spotlight’ (2009), ‘Lemonade’ (2009), ‘Gucci Time’ (2010), ‘Both’ (2017) and ‘I Get the Bag’ (2017)
    Featured on the singles ‘Break Up’ by Mario (2009), ‘LOL :-)’ by Trey Songz (2009), ‘Black Beatles’ by Rae Sremmurd (2016) and ‘Slippery’ by Migos (2017)
    Appeared in the movies ‘Birds of a Feather’ (2012) and ‘Spring Breakers’ (2013)
    He began dealing drugs in the eighth grade after using his Christmas money to buy crack cocaine.
    He was expelled from college after being caught with crack by an undercover police officer.
    He served 90 days in jail for cocaine possession (2001).
    He served six months in jail after assaulting a nightclub owner (2005-06).
    He served six months in prison for assault after shoving a woman out of a moving car when she refused to go to a hotel with him (2011-12).
    He spent two years in prison on charges of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (2014-16).
    He has a running feud with Young Jeezy.
    He sent a bunch of tweets insulting other rappers (September 9, 2013), then claimed his account had been hacked.
    He later admitted to sending the tweets, claiming he had been binging on codeine and antihistamines at the time.
    He got a tattoo of an ice cream cone on his face (2011).
    He is a vegan who wears furs.
    His father was a drug dealer wanted by the police and fled to Detroit before his birth.
    Along with Young Jeezy and T.I., he is considered a pioneer of the trap music subgenre of hip hop.
    He and Waka Flocka Flame paid the funeral costs for murdered Atlanta rapper Slim Dunkin (2011).
    He released a new single 24 hours after his release from prison (May 27, 2016).

Credit: C. Fishel


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