Gucci Mane was arrested this morning for "cursing and threatening" police in Atlanta.
Gucci Mane was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia this morning (September 14) after getting into an altercation with police officers, according to TMZ.com.
One of Gucci Mane’s friends called police complaining about the rapper’s erratic behavior, the site says. When the police arrived and approached Gucci Mane, he started “cursing and threatening them,” as per TMZ.
The rapper was reportedly taken into custody at 12:05 am today and was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession, according to TMZ’s story.
Gucci Mane was then taken to a hospital as a precaution, the site says, though it does not explain why. TMZ says that Gucci Mane remains in the hospital.
On Wednesday (September 11), Gucci Mane released Diary Of A Trap God, a 23-track mixtape. The collection includes "Nuthin On Ya" with Wiz Khalifa, as well as collaborations with artists such as E-40, Rich Homie Quan and Plies. Producers on Diary Of A Trap God include Mike Will Made It, Lex Luger and DJ Mustard.
Also featured on Diary Of A Trap God are Tyga and Gucci's ex-Brick Squad cohorts Waka Flocka and OJ Da Juiceman, all of whom were targets of tweets sent from the Trap God's Twitter account Monday (September 9). Tweets from Gucci Mane’s account Monday also blasted artists such as Nicki Minaj, Ciara, Jeezy and Drake.
On Tuesday (September 10), Gucci’s brother claimed that Gucci Mane’s Twitter account was hacked. Gucci Mane’s Twitter account was deleted the next day.
The first installment of Trap God was released Oct. 17, 2012. Trap God 2 was released February 12, 2013.