Trap Music Legend Gucci Mane Says He Has No Regrets About 2005 Murder

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.

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BMF Boss Terry ‘Southwest T’ Flenory Released from KY Prison Due to Covid19 Concerns

Terry ‘Southwest T’ has reportedly been released from a Kentucky Federal prison facility.

According to news reports, Flenory will serve the remainder of his 24 year sentence on home confinement until the “forseeable future” as a safety precaution to help further prevent the spread of the Coronavirus within prisons. His release date is now 2026.

Older Flenory brother, ‘Big Meech’ Flenory is serving his fed time in an Oregon prison has reportedly been denied early release as of now.

According to The Detroit News, Demetrius Flenory’s disciplinary record was used against him as prosecutors stated Flenory used intoxicants, spent time in solitary confinement, illegally possessed a cell phone and a razor blade since arriving to federal prison in 2008. Flenory stated that he is susceptible to COVID19 due to his age and heart problems.

Both brothers, originally from Detroit, were initially sentenced to 30 years for allegedly founding and controlling the Black Mafia Family international drug dealing operation.

A tv docuseries based on the Black Mafia Family (BMF), produced by 50 Cent is set to premiere on Starz Network sometime in the near future.

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