Gucci claps back at theories.
Upon his federal prison release in 2016, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane returned to the game looking, thinking and acting like a completely new person; leaving skeptics with the theory that the new him was a clone.
Though the changes seemed drastic at first, the 38-year-old lean-belly and sober rapper breaks it down to GQ, explaining how he’s simply matured and gone after a healthy lifestyle.
While addressing the cloning theories, he says, “In a way I feel like I grew. I kind of morphed into a different person. Shed some of my old ways, I can say I grew up. I love the person I was, I love the person I am, and I love the person I grew to be. I tried to lose weight, I tried to take care of myself, change my thinking, my environment and associates—the ones that wasn’t benefiting me. Guess that’s the transformation everybody’s saying they can’t believe. But I can believe it.”
In addition, The ATLien admits at the same time there are others who wish the worse for you. He says, “Sometimes people kind of want you to fail. They wanna see you fall. I get it. People love to see tragedy.”
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