Gucci Mane Gives the Middle Finger to the Feds, DEA & Police on 'No Sleep'

Gucci Mane in Atlanta
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Gucci Mane attends his Welcome Home Concert at The Mansion Elan on June 18, 2016 in Atlanta.

With Gucci Mane's first post-prison album Everybody Looking out July 22, the Atlanta rapper continues to flood timelines with new releases. On his latest offering "No Sleep," Guwop flips the bird to authorities. "I can't even sleep I got so much to say/ F--k the feds, f--k the police, f--k the DEA," he raps on the Mike Will Made-It and Zaytoven-produced intro. 

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Gucci also made headlines when reports alleged he was playing an "All Lives Matter" concert at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi on Sept. 24, according to the Sun Herald. While a rep for Gucci Mane did not immediately respond to Billboard's request for comment, the rapper's girlfriend, Keyshia Ka'oir, responded to a Twitter user commenting on the show, saying "It's not true!" Tickets are available, however, for a Gucci Mane and friends show on the same date via Ticketmaster

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Mane has an exciting week coming up, as he will also be performing at Atlanta's Fox Theatre on the day of his album release, July 22.

Gucci was released from a three-year prison stint in May stemming from a federal gun charge.