The rapper from Atlanta known as Gucci Mane stopped by the Daily Show for an interview with Trevor Noah. He was here to talk about his new book, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
Famous Prisoner Gucci Mane’s Life in Lockup
Trevor Noah asked Gucci Mane how his life in prison was while doing time. Gucci replies by saying that this time he had in prison was his wake up call. He was looking at 20-30 years in prison. So, he knew from there that he needed to change.
The Atlanta rapper says he took time to reexamine his life. He decided that it was high time he changed his lifestyle. While locked up, Gucci Mane had time to reflect on his wrongs and know how he was going to change from them.
He says the person he is today is a conscious effort of him trying to change his life. Details of his ordeal are revealed in The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
About ‘The Autobiography of Gucci Mane”
Gucci Mane’s Confession
Gucci Mane opened up about his addiction to lean. He says that he would have easily been one of those artists who do not wake up one day because of using drugs. However, he changed from these ways because he does not want this in his future.
Wedding Bells for Gucci Mane
The Atlanta rapper revealed his engagement to Keyshia Ka’oir. He says that she is the person he wants to spend forever with. Mane reveals that the public proposal at the Atlanta Hawks game in 2016 was a last minute impromptu move. He had the ring for a week already.
Gucci Mane: Mr. Davis
For him, October the 17th is his public holiday. He would love to release his album on this date to crown his wedding. Nevertheless he will be dropping it early on the 13th.
And, fans are excited about the release of the Unstoppable Rapper’s book, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.
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