[via AllHipHop] After months of incarceration and several false reports, Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is officially now a free man. The Atlanta rapper was released from prison late last night (July 5th).
He took to Twitter to announce a new mixtape and his welcome home party. Gucci Mane celebrated his release by hosting the "Welcome Home Party" at Club Onyx in Atlanta, in addition to releasing a new mixtape, Writings on the Wall 2, with DJ Holiday.
The 19-track mixtape features a number of artists, including 50 Cent, Young Buck, Yelawolf, Jagged Edge, Wooh da Kid, Yo Gotti, YC and others.
Read the full story at AHH.
July 6, 2011 10:15 AM ET: A rep from Fulton County Jail confirms to RapFix that Gucci Mane (real name, Radric Davis) is still in custody in FCJ and said, “Mr. Davis will be with us for a while” citing a hold by the Georgia Department of Corrections that orders Gucci to be sent to a state prison upon his release from Fulton.
July 6, 2011 10:30 AM ET: A representative from Georgia Department of Corrections confirms for RapFix that there is an order to send Gucci Mane to Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, Georgia after he is released from Fulton County Jail.