Gucci Mane scheduled to be released early from 1-year sentence

By Alex A. Alonso
STREETGANGS.COM STAFF WRITER

May 7, 2010

Radric “Gucci Mane” Davis will be released from custody on May 12, 2010 after serving just 6-months of a 1-year sentence for violating his probation that stemmed from a 2005 assault conviction. He was sent to Fulton County jail in Atlanta last November one month before his album entitled, The State vs. Radric Davis” was released.

While incarcerated, he severed ties with his management company, Mizay Entertainment and his booking agent, Hitt Afta Hitt Enterprises whom are both tied into legal issues for accepting advancements for services while Gucci was incarcerated unable to provide those services.

According to AllHipHop.com, Johnnie Cabbell, the owner of Hitt Afta Hitt has received no official communication from Gucci Mane, an artist that he has worked with for over 10 years. Gucci has agreed to terms with a new management company, First Avenue Management and CAA, which represents Usher, Justin Bieber and Anthony Hamilton.

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2 Comments for “Gucci Mane scheduled to be released early from 1-year sentence”

  1. amirite?

    MORE LIKE DOUCHEY MAN, AMIRITE?

  2. La Rota

    I hope guy can still fit into those skinny jeans……

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