By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
This weekend, Gucci Mane got into a bit of drama as he accused a white lady who was closing the basketball court that he and his friends were playing on of racism. Today, the legendary East Atlanta rapper reflected on releasing his debut studio album, ‘Trap House’ on this day in 2005 and it being the same day that he was released in prison in 2016.
“I drop Traphouse May 24 2005 15 yrs ago started my career and I got out 4 years ago 2016 thanks all who stayed down fuck all y’all who snitched on me and switched sides! #happymemorialweekend”
Some of the biggest records on Trap House were “Icy” featuring Jeezy and Boo, “Trap House,” and “Black Tee” feat. Jeezy, Bun B, Lil Scrappy, Killer Mike, Jody Breeze, add 4-Tre. He and Jeezy also fell out when this record came due to ownership issues of it and it even resulted in Jeezy getting someone to kill Gucci. Gucci ended up shooting the man and burying him on his own. Recently on Instagram, Gucci has been clowning the death of him.
As far as the snitching claims about his case, it’s puzzling. He was charged with two counts of possessing a firearm as a felon in September of 2013. On the 12th, he was found in possession of one of these weapons and then two days later, he was found with another one. It was loaded and he threatened people, police, and even his lawyer. He faced 20 years but was able to get released almost four years later. The big question here is who snitched if police found him randomly walking in East Atlanta. During these three days, Gucci also went on an epic Twitter rant and called out everyone from Rocko, Jeezy, and T.I.’s wife, Tiny.
When Gucci was released, many were shocked at his appearance and didn’t believe that it was actually him. When he was incarcerated, he was very much overweight but then had a six pack. He explained before how he did plenty of exercise in prison though.
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