The rapper known as Gucci Mane La Flare is alive and well. He said so himself.
At least we think it’s him.
Many believe the real Gucci is dead and the new and improved Gucci Mane is a human clone.
In a Snapchat video posted to his official account, Gucci said, “I’m hearing that Gucci is a Clone. I will neither support nor deny those accusations.”
A lot of eyebrows were raised when the Guwop rapper was released from a federal prison last month. The first sign that something was amiss was his dramatic weight loss. He was about 100 pounds lighter than when he went in.
The 2nd sign was his speech pattern: it had improved greatly.
Rumors began to leak out of the studio that the rapper wasn’t acting like himself. Then someone noticed his infamous double scoop ice cream cone tattoo was missing.
Gucci’s faithful mate, the former stripper Keyshia Ka’oir, can’t stop bragging on the new Gucci. She’s telling friends sex with Gucci is incredible since he got out. She’s loving the new Gucci.
But not everyone is convinced.
Rapper Li’l Boosie reportedly said: “I rock with Gucci the long way but that ain’t the real Gucci, we both sitting in the studio and he seemed lost and after his show at Mansion [Elan] he called me Herman.”
Rapper B.O.B was the first to raise the public’s awareness about celebrities being cloned and “crisis actors”.
If cloning has become a reality, you can thank your president for that. Obama sank millions of taxpayer dollars into stem cell research which led to secret human cloning experiments, which Obama has denied. But we all know telling the truth is very challenging for Obama.