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Gucci Mane Celebrates End of House Arrest
It looks like Gucci Mane is officially "back on road." Fresh off of announcing his forthcoming project Woptober set for release Oct. 17, the Atlanta rapper took to Instagram to triumphantly celebrate the end of his house arrest by cutting off his ankle bracelet.
“The Wop is a free man!! New Album #WOPTOBER droppin 10/17” Gucci captioned the video, which you can watch below.
Gucci Mane was put behind bars in 2014 for illegal possession of a firearm and served 39 months before his release in May. Even from behind bars, Gucci consistently premiered new music and released his post-prison effort Everybody Looking in July.