Coming from an innocent black girl growing up in the eclectic streets of Portland, Oregon, I can honestly say that I have certainly learned one valuable thing from Gucci Mane–MAXIMUM SECURITY PRISON WILL CHANGE YOUR ENTIRE LIFE. Gucci Mane was released from Indiana prison September 20, 2016, and he promised one thing out of many–that he would release an autobiography. Well, good Lord, the day has arrived! Well, almost arrived; Gucci Mane revealed he will be dropping his autobiography on September 19, 2017, titled, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. He took to Twitter to let the world know, “I am an author now.” Gucci began writing the book while he was in maximum security prison and is co-written with Neil Martinez-Belkin and published by Simon & Schuster. The Autobiography of Gucci Mane will be available for pre-order on Amazon now so make sure you click the link for your own copy. The book is a personal memoir of Gucci’s life in East Atlanta Georgia to his roots in Alabama. He will take us on a mental tour of his struggles as an artist, drug addiction, murder charge and the heights of his career. A spokesperson for the publisher said in a statement. “Gucci Mane is one of the most influential and revered hip hop artists in the world. His impact on American music is profound. This will be a major memoir revealing the life and times of the artist and man, chronicling his youth, ascent to the top of the Atlanta trap scene, incarceration, struggles with addiction and personal rebirth.”

I’m stoked for The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. I’m not quick to grab a book, but I would definitely give his book a flip through.



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