Gucci Mane Is Back As A Freeman And All Set to Rock Again

By Sunidhi , Updated Dec 13, 2016 01:04 PM EST
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The 36 year old rapper Radric Delantic Davis professionally known as Gucci Mane performed in the NPR Music's Tiny Desk concert. The American rapper performed at Howard University's homecoming in October. While in Washington D.C., Guwop and Zaytoven also stopped by NPR for the station's Tiny Desk concert series.

Gucci Mane was released from the Federal Prison after which he proposed his long time girlfriend to which she said yes!The rapper performed for ten minutes in the concert. He sang First Day Out," "Waybach" and "Last Time."Gucci completed two new albums -Everybody Lookin and Woptober-where as his latest one, The Return of East Atlanta Santa will be coming on Dec. 16 on Apple Music. The performance he recorded in October was amazing. 

Mane was pleaded guilty into a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon after reaching an agreement with prosecutors. The judge also sentenced him to serve three years of supervised release with extra limitations on his travel during that time and to pay a $5,000 fine.his lawyer said "He understands he has some work ahead of him, and his goal is to bring a resolution to this case through this sentence and to get back to something that is very important to him and his fans and that is to perform."

He went hrough a lot of things during his sentence in prison one of which was being raped by the fellow prisoners. Sources said "He got beat brutally and is suffering many facial and rectal injuries from the attack. Some gang members here at the prison held him hostage in a cell and threatened him with knives," sources explained. "What they did to him is absolutely disgusting. There is no words to describe it. He feels dirty. No one should ever be violated of their personal s*xual space." 

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