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Gucci Mane reportedly dropped $1 million in cash on his wife as a "push present" after she allegedly gave birth to the couple's first child, Ice Davis, in December.

Keyshia, 41, took to her Instagram stories to brag about her generous gift: "My husband just gave me $1M for my push present!! WTH!!! @laflare1017."

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Gucci's cash gift pales in comparison to the $2.5 million she allegedly paid for a jewelry set for her husband for Christmas.

The couple share videos and photos of their extravagant lifestyle with their millions of followers. But their luxury lifestyle is downgraded after lawsuits and child support claims are filed.

Their attorneys claim the couple's extravagant social media posts are for publicity and entertainment purposes only and should not be taken seriously by the IRS or anyone else.
 

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Gucci Mane took his newborn son, Ice Davis, for his first stroll of 2021. The proud father bunked his baby into a brand new Mima Xari Yellow Limited Edition Stroller with matching luxury Mima Xari changing bag.

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Gucci captioned a video: "Taking my big boy ICE for our morning stroll."

The father of two and his wife Keyshia Ka'oir welcomed their "perfect" child together before Christmas.

"My wife just gave me a 7lb 1 oz baby boy his name ICE DAVIS 12/23/20 thank you MrsDavis, he’s here!!!!!!!" he captioned a photo on Instagram.

Keyshia, real name Keisha Watson, shared the same news on her own Instagram page, adding: "OMG he is soooooo darn CUTE & PERFECT."

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In another photo uploaded on New Year’s Day, Gucci wrote: "This how I'm spending my New Year. Me and my son ICE DAVIS #2021."

Ice is the first child for the couple, who wed in 2017. Keyshia, 41, is the mother of a grown son and two grown daughters, while Gucci has a special needs son from a previous relationship.
 

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Gucci Mane is a father of two, after his wife Keyshia Ka'oir gave birth to their first child together.

The 40-year-old rapper shared the happy news on his Instagram page, while revealing the unusual name they chose for their son.

Gucci shared a photo from Keyshia's baby shower, which he captioned:

"My wife just gave me a 7lb 1 oz baby boy his name ICE DAVIS 12/23/20 thank you MrsDavis, he’s here!!!!!!!"

Keyshia, real name Keisha Watson, shared the same news on her own Instagram page, adding: "OMG he is soooooo darn CUTE & PERFECT."

Ice is the first child for the couple, who wed in 2017. Keyshia, 41, is the mother of a grown son and two grown daughters, while Gucci has a special needs son from a previous relationship.
 

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Gucci Mane's artist Ralo is heading back to jail after a judge revoked his bond for using an Apple Watch to arrange drug deals while behind bars.

Ralo, real name Terrell Davis, was arrested in 2018 and charged with illegal possession of a firearm and intent to distribute marijuana with a street value of $1 million.

A judge denied Ralo's bond in 2018 when the feds presented evidence that he was still running his drug empire from his prison cell, according to 11 Alive News.

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In July, Ralo was granted $250,000 bond, but a judge revoked his bond after the government presented evidence that he used an Apple watch to arrange drug deals from his jail cell.

According to the affidavit, Ralo and his co-conspirators continued to engage in illegal drug activity while he was incarcerated at Dayton Detention Center in April 2019.

The evidence shows Ralo "refused to abide the conditions of his confinement by obtaining and possessing the contraband watch."

The court noted that Ralo communicated with Antoinette Potts, the mother of his three children, to further his drug activity while behind bars.

Law officials obtained two handwritten documents seized from a purse that belongs to Potts. The notes explained in code where to locate "certain assets (including money), directed her how to spend or collect money, and instructed her as to the distribution of controlled substances."

One note told Potts to "save up every dollar you receive from grandma" and "keep count of all the kids at dad house an grandma house so you can know how much you got at all times (sic)."

The notes suggest the use of the code word "kids" as well as "cups," "half," "grams," "8 balls" and "all." There was also a list of prices under the name "kidz."

Ralo signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 record imprint and his own Famerica Records. His single, "Can't Lie" featuring rapper Future, was released in 2015.

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Gucci Mane and his pregnant wife Keyshia Ka'oir are expecting a baby boy. The rapper shared an ultrasound image of his unborn son on Instagram on Friday.

Gucci captioned the image, "Wow my son bout to look just like me."

The baby will be the first for Gucci Mane, 40, and 35-year-old Keshia, who tied the knot in October 2017.

Keyshia surprised her Instagram followers in August, when she posted a photo of her small baby bump. The mother-of-three captioned the image: "I ain't athletic but on @laflare1017 D I did gymnastics."

The couple confirmed the sex of their baby by sharing pictures from their stunning gender reveal party on Monday, Nov. 2. The "Gucci Land” rapper, 40, and his life partner, 35, both dressed in baby blue to symbolize their unborn baby's gender.

Gucci wrote, "We got a lil baby boy on the way," while his wife added, "It's a Boy," in her own Instagram post.

Keyshia is the mother of a grown son and two grown daughters, while Gucci has a special needs son from a previous relationship.
 

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Gucci Mane was taking no chances while leaving the Verzuz after party at Compound nightclub on Thursday night.

Video uploaded to Instagram shows the rapper and a member of his entourage in their luxury vehicles with armed bodyguards walking slowly alongside a white Rolls Royce Phantom and a white Rolls Royce SUV.

Gucci took on rapper Jeezy in a much-publicized Verzuz battle on Thursday. He taunted and mocked Jeezy in the days leading up to the battle. But the men made peace at the end of the battle.

Atlanta has become a hotbed of violent crime after gang bangers fled Chicago to escape gang violence two years ago. Additionally, Atlanta is wide open, making it a popular destination for criminal-minded out-of-towners whose cities are locked down due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The streets of Atlanta have become a war zone for rappers. Every bold name rapper has cut off their entourages and hired professional security firms.

Rapper Lil Marlo, real name Rudolph Johnson, was killed in a targeted hit on I-285 in downtown Atlanta in July. He was previously signed to Quality Control Records.

And Chicago rapper King Von was shot and killed during a fistfight with a Savannah rapper on Nov. 6.
 

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Jeezy took on Gucci Mane during a Verzuz battle on Thursday night, streamed live from Atlanta's legendary Magic City strip club. The after party took place at Compound nightclub.

Cellphone videos show young people enjoying their night out at the after party without face masks, as Covid-19 deaths continue to drop lower than the seasonal flu.

That didn't keep Black Twitter from criticizing Atlantans who are lucky to live in a wide open city, while the rest of the country is locked down.

CDC data shows young people (40 and under) are at the lowest risk for contracting the virus - even in close contact and without wearing masks.
 

Gucci Mane and his pregnant wife Keyshia Ka'oir are expecting a baby boy.

Keyshia surprised her Instagram followers in August, when she posted a photo of her small baby bump. The mother-of-three captioned the image: "I ain't athletic but on @laflare1017 D I did gymnastics."

The couple confirmed the sex of their baby by sharing pictures from their stunning gender reveal party on Monday, Nov. 2. The "Gucci Land” rapper, 40, and his life partner, 35, both dressed in baby blue to symbolize their unborn baby's gender.

Gucci wrote, "We got a lil baby boy on the way," while his wife added, "It's a Boy," in her own Instagram post.

Keyshia wore a sheer dress covered in blue feathers while her husband donned a suit in a matching color, with the pair posing for pictures in front of a wall made to look like lettered baby blocks.

Thanking their guests for the stacks of presents they received, including teddy bears and hampers, Keyshia added: "Thank u guys for all our beautiful gifts! Also my mom & husband for my GORGEOUS shower."

It's the first child for Gucci and Keyshia, who wed in 2017. Keyshia is the mother of a grown son and two grown daughters, while Gucci has a special needs son from a previous relationship.
 

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Rappers Gucci Mane (right) and Foogiano (left) have been named in a wrongful death lawsuit over a fatal shooting during a concert at a South Carolina nightclub during the 4th of July weekend.

The administrator for the estate of Mykala Bell, a 23-year-old woman who was fatally shot during the concert, filed the lawsuit in Greenville County last week, editors at The Greenville News reported Monday.

According to legal papers, the mother of two was standing near the stage when gunfire broke out in the early hours of July 5 at Lavish Lounge where Foogiano was performing.

Security guard Clarence Sterling Johnson, 51, was also killed and eight others were injured in the melee.

Police charged a Georgia man Jarquez Kezavion Cooper, 22, in the shooting and said it appeared to be gang-related - but the new lawsuit alleges Foogiano, real name Kwame Brown, and his entourage were not patted down before they entered the club and were allowed inside with "deadly weapons".

The lawsuit adds that Gucci, real name Radric Delantic Davis, was "believed to be" a promoter for the concert, though it did not say whether he was present at the time of the shooting.

Cooper is also named, as well as the club's operating company, its owner and nearly a dozen other unspecified "owners, managers, operators, independent contractors, and/or security companies" accused of negligence for failing to provide adequate surveillance and security, and "permitting criminal activity," among other allegations.

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In a video posted to his Instagram feed shortly after the incident occurred, Foogiano, best known for hits "Molly (Baby Mama)" and "Finesser," insisted the shooting, "ain't my fault. I don't promote violence."

"I understand y'all in pain y'all hurting... but y'all just got to look to the situation," he said in the clip. "I ain't going to blame myself for something I didn't cause."

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Congratulations are in order for the LaFlares, Keyshia Ka'Oir and Gucci Mane, who are apparently expecting their first child together.

Keyshia surprised her Instagram followers on Friday, when she posted a photo of her small baby bump. The mother-of-three captioned the image: "I ain't athletic but on @laflare1017 D I did gymnastics."

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The 35-year-old entrepreneur and socialite already has three children, two daughters and a son from a previous relationship.

Gucci Mane also has a 13-year-old son from a previous relationship.

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Keyshia and Gucci, 40, tied the knot in 2017 after dating for several years. The couple met on the set of his music video in Atlanta.

She waited for him when he served time in prison, and he rewarded her financially when he was released.

Before she was Mrs. LaFlare, Keyshia worked as a celebrity stylist on music video sets and photo shoots.

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With Gucci's money, she branched out into business ventures, including her own makeup line, Ka'Oir Cosmetics.

There is some mystery surrounding her age (some say she's at least 5 years older than her stated age). That would put her in the high-risk pregnancy category.
 

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