Southern Trap rapper Gucci Mane has done a lot of work on himself both inside & out.
Ever since he married model/entrepreneur Keyshia Ka’Oir in 2017 in an elaborate made for tv extravaganza, he has become an entirely new man. He definitely looks happy & healthy but somewhere deep down within the “old Gucci” is still in there.
Check out this interview with Charlemagne where Gucci discusses his true feelings regarding the shooting death of Henry Lee Clark III in which he felt he was forced to commit May 10, 2005.
Gucci claimed that Clark, a rapper from Macon, Ga, and 4 other men attacked him & the shooting was self defense.
Charges were dropped in 2006 as prosecutors stated they didn’t have enough evidence to charge the “So Icey” rapper with murder.
While he still makes trap music, and will definitely probably still “do what needs to be done” Gucci has seemingly gone on to turn his life around and is often a source of inspiration & motivation via his social media accounts, promoting growth & self awareness.
Black Lives Matter protests have been going up for weeks with everyday civilians across the US and world pounding the pavement to demand racial equality for blacks and people of color.
In this clip an Everett, Washington man was charged with assault after he dangles a strawberry glazed donut on a string and stick in front of a police lieutenant’s face during a Black Lives Matter protest. The lieutenant, clearly livid, warns the man to “get that f-cking donut out my face” as other officers swarmed in to push him away.
Just FYI, cops are synonymous with donuts.
Eventually the man, skateboard in tow is hauled off and booked for “assault”.
Do you think he should have been charged with a crime? After all the donut didn’t appear to strike anyone. I couldn’t see where a crime was committed.
An innocent UPS driver was taken hostage by two jewelry store robbers fleeing police in Miramar, Florida yesterday.
The gruesome gunfight was captured on live television and shows the police surrounding the hijacked delivery truck in the middle of busy traffic before opening fire, killing the suspects, the UPS driver & two other innocent ivilians.
A GoFundMe has been created by the family of Frank Ordoñez, the driver who was killed in this horrific tragedy.
It’s such a shame that innocent people were literary “caught in the crossfire.” Seems like there could have been a better way to end this. It is unclear if the suspects shot at police first but what is clear is that an innocent father of two, just working to make a living is no longer alive.
The community is questioning whether the correct police tactics were used.