Gucci Mane net worth, height, age, bio, wiki, and latest updates.
Gucci Mane is a rapper, songwriter, and record executive from the United States. Radric Delantic Davis is his full name. Gucci Mane and fellow Atlanta-based rappers T.I. helped pioneer the hip-hop subgenre of trap music. Gucci Mane’s third studio album, Back to the Trap House, was released.
Gucci Mane: Profile summary
|Full Name||Radric Delantic Davis|
|Familiar name||Gucci Mane|
|Birthplace||Birmingham, Alabama, United States|
|Age||42 years old|
|Height(s) Feet||6 feet and 2 inches|
|Height(s) cm||188 cm|
|Weight(s) in pound||211 pounds|
|Spouse||Keyshia KaOir(m. 2017)|
|Net Worth||$20 million|
Gucci Mane: Biography, Early Life, Family, and Education
Gucci Mane was born to Vicky Jean Davis and Ralph Everett Dudley. His father was a former soldier and a power plant worker who was absent for most of Gucci Mane’s early childhood, so Gucci was raised by his mother and paternal grandfather, a former US soldier. His mother, a teacher and a social worker, had a son from her previous marriage named Victor Davis, and it was his older half-brother introduced Gucci to the world of rap and hip hop. Gucci and Victor attended Jonesboro Elementary School in Bessemer until Gucci turned eleven, when his mother Victor and Gucci moved to Atlanta, where he attended Cedar Grove Elementary School. Shortly after entering Ronald E. McNair High School, Gucci started pushing drugs to earn money for a living. In a high crime rate neighbourhood, he was surrounded by violence and was forced to carry a gun, engaging in violent clashes with opposing street gangs and drug dealers. Having matriculated from high school, he was rewarded with HOPE Scholarship, and in 1998 enrolled at Georgia Perimeter College, studying computer science for a short period of time before being expelled from college following drug-related charges.
Gucci Mane: height, Weight, body features
His height is 6 feet and 2 inches tall. Gucci succeeded in losing weight and has maintained his weight of 96 kg through exercise and diet.
The artist has dark brown eyes colour and black hair.
Gucci Mane: Marriage, Wife and Son
Gucci married Keyisha Ka’oir, a Jamaican model and owner of Ka’oir Cosmetics and Ka’oir fitness. On 17 October 2017, the couple tied the knot at the Four Seasons, Florida. Celebrities such as Big Sean, Monica Brown, Kim Zolciak and others surrounded the couple as they started their vows. The wedding grabbed the media’s attention as it had a budget of 1.7 million dollars. BET aired the wedding as a part of Davis’10-episode reality series The Mane Event.
Gucci Mane revealed in his autobiography that he has a son Keitheon born in 2007. In July 2019, Gucci was ordered to pay $ 10K per month in support of the mother of his son, Sheena Evans. He will also pay all the costs for transportation of both mother and son as per the court order.
Gucci Mane: Legal issues, Custody
Gucci Mane has involved himself in various controversies throughout his career.
In 2001, The court arrested him on cocaine charges and sentenced him to 90 days of jail time.
On 2009 May 19, He turned himself in after he was charged with murder. He and his companions were involved in shooting against a group, injuring them and killing one. However, the charges were dropped after the actions were justified as self-defence and lack of evidence.
In Addition, The police arrested him for violation of community service, attacking fans, driving irresponsibly and possessing firearms and marijuana.
Who is Gucci Mane?
Radric Delantic Davis was born on the 12th February 1980 in Bessemer, Alabama, USA, and better known by his stage name Gucci Mane is a 39-year-old rapper, most famous as one of the founders of the trap and mumble rap subgenre. Since his start in 2001, Gucci Mane founded his own music label company, “1017 Records”, and released more than 70 mixtapes and 12 highly successful studio albums.
Gucci Mane: Rap Beginnings
Gucci Mane’s prolific music career started off shortly after his first prison sentence. In 2005 he released his first official song entitled “Black Tee”, which made him popular on the local rap scene. Later that year, he approached the label company Big Cat Records, scored his first label contract and released his first album, “Trap House”. The most popular song on the album was a collaboration with fellow Atlanta rapper Young Jeezy entitled “Icy”. However, the song’s success sparked a feud between the two rappers regarding the rights to the song. What started as a business quarrel grew into a violent altercation that lasted for years and included diss tracks, threats and murder attempts. In the following years, Gucci experienced a steady rise in his popularity – he released seven albums between 2006 and 2011 such as “Hard to Kill”, “Back to the Trap House”, “The State vs. Radric Davis” and “The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted”, featuring collaborations with many other famous rappers, including Nicki Minaj, Waka Flocka Flame, Migos and Young Thug.
In addition to his music endeavours, Gucci Mane has also ventured into acting and clothing design. He has appeared in two movies – “Birds of a Feather” and “Spring Breakers”- released in 2012. In 2017 he started his own clothing line named “Delantic” and published his book “The Autobiography of Gucci Mane”.
Gucci Mane: Net Worth
Following his release from prison in 2016, Gucci Mane experienced a kind of career renaissance that rapidly increased his popularity and overall wealth. According to authoritative sources, his net worth is estimated to be around $15 million, accumulated by becoming a trap music pioneer and prolific creator.