Gucci Mane Free, Promises to be a ‘Role Model’ for Fans

Posted on Wed, May. 12, 2010

By Rhindi White

Earlier today at midnight, Gucci Mane (Radric Davis) was released from Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail after serving six months for parole violation.
Gucci Mane walked out and was greeted first by friend Shawty Lo before thanking a group of roughly 50 media and fans who congregated outside the jail.

“I have made some mistakes in my life that have hurt a lot of people who care about me. I have worked very hard to get past them, but those mistakes have brought me to where I am today, and they will not be repeated,” Gucci stated. “These past six months have been a difficult time but fortunately I have learned a great deal from my experience. I was able to do a great deal of soul searching; I am coming back with a new attitude towards life.”

Over the past several days, controversy has erupted over Gucci’s dismissal on his management company Mizay Entertainment, and his booking agency Hitt Afta Hitt Enterprises. The former is headed by Debra Antney, who was also the CEO of Gucci’s So Icey Entertainment and released a video earlier this week advising she was still on good terms with the rapper. The latter company, Hitt Afta Hitt Enterprises, is headed with Johnnie Cabbell, who claimed Gucci had sent him no paperwork advising their business arrangement was over.

Before summer’s end, Gucci Mane expects to drop another album, The Appeal. Then he will focus on releasing projects from Wocka Flocka Flame, OJ da Juiceman, and the Brick Squad. In addition, he proclaimed he will work hard to become the best rapper in the world, and urged his peers to also strive for excellence.

“The rap game is in need of substance right now…I’m ready to compete, so may the competition begin,” he declared. “I set out five years ago to be the #1 rapper in Hip-Hop”.

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