Gucci Mane working on book, ‘Autobiography of a Trap God’


Gucci Mane likely won’t be leaving prison until 2016, but the incarcerated Atlanta rapper is at least keeping busy during his time behind bars. According to Gucci, he is writing a novel that is based on his life. The rapper posted on Twitter about his latest endeavor, but didn’t share any details about the book other than its title.

“I’m writing a novel about my life,” Gucci tweeted. “The Diary of a Trap God.”

Gucci recently struck a deal after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon — a charge that typically carries a maximum sentence of 10 years. Because of his plea deal, Gucci should only be in prison for 39 months, gaining a 10-month credit for time served.

Despite his projected release in 2016, Gucci also tweeted that he’s planning a tour in 2015. “The Guwop Tour! The greatest show on earth …coming 2015 #BURR,” the rapper tweeted.

Gucci Mane, born Radric Davis, has had countless legal troubles over the course of his career.

He was charged with murder after shooting and killing a man in Decatur, Georgia, in 2005 — those charges were later dropped. In 2011, he was charged with battery for pushing a woman out of a moving car because she wouldn’t go to a hotel with him. Also that year, Gucci was arrested and charged with battery and a week later was arrested on two charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following incidents in DeKalb County Jail. In 2013, he was arrested for assaulting a fan with a champagne bottle at an Atlanta nightclub. A month later, he was taken into custody for “behaving erratically” after a friend called the Atlanta police on him.

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