Video of Gucci Mane Punching Out a Female Resurfaces-Was this Incident ever Resolved?

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As many of y’all know popular Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane was sentenced to 12 months for parole violation. It comes on the eve of his highly anticipated album being released. His arrest and him testing positive for drugs has left many wondering, how and why someone who has so much going for him and has apparently overcome alot would get caught up and be dragged back into the prison system.  

Over the past few months Gucci Mane has emerged as an important voice for a generation as he’s been prominently featured on everything ranging from the BET Awards and in videos and songs with the Black Eyed Peas, Usher, 50 cent and Maria Carey to name a few. Its been reported that he’s been able to command 64k a show and has been able to get that 4 nights a week.

While Gucci Mane has been dealing with all this, whats been surfacing or resurfacing depending on how long you been follwing Gucci Mane is a video of him punching out a sister. From what I gather the tape popped up earlier this year and it shows an annoyed Gucci punching out his former rhyme partner and according to reports, former lover Mac Breezy who is featured on his debut album “Go Head”. Its pretty disturbing and later shows Mac Breezy trying to shrug it off like it was no big thing..

For some this will not come as a surprise because of Gucci’s persona and rough and rugged reputation, but  for many others its new and raises alot of  question including, how was this issue resolved  and if it wasn’t what’s the justification for all the mainstream promotion?  For example, BET gave Gucci lots of love during their recent Hip Hop Award show. He was featured in 4 performances.  It was just a few months ago that came under fire  when they featured Lil Wayne and Drake doing what many considered an inappropriate raunchy adult themed song while trotting young girls who looked like they were no older than 12 or 13 across the stage. BET back pedaled and removed the performance in later showings.

But after all the anger that was expressed, they gave prominent performance spots to Gucci Mane. How have outlets who have promoted and are riding hard for him reconciled this? Does it need to be reconciled?

I ask this because when Gucci Mane performed on the BET Awards, he was featured in a Public Service Announcement talking about how its wrong to do drugs… Perhaps he should’ve been doing one that says ‘It’s wrong to hit women’… maybe that might be the more appropriate response at a day and time where we had a gang rape of a 15-year-old girl while people stood around, watched, cheered took pictures and did not call authorities for 2 and half hours.   

This comes at a time when just yesterday it was reported that a young Bay Area woman and her infant were killed by an ex boyfriend was just let out of jail for the murder of another child 15 years earlier..

This is not to say Gucci Mane doesn’t deserve second chances or people can’t redeem themselves etc, but when you see so many artists doing the hard work of addressing and trying to eradicate these pressing issues, can’t get any love whatsoever, not even a mention one many of these outlets, one has to wonder why the constant love and upliftment of folks who did wrong and in Gucci’s case since he violated parole and has been sentenced to a year in jail, continue to do wrong..

something to ponder

Davey D

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Comments

  1. WOW!!

  2. e-scribblah says:

    gucci acted very immaturely, but i’m almost more disturbed by her reaction… she played it off like it wasnt no thing but that’s not cool

  3. You would be surprised at the things people allow to happen to them to be close to the money, lights and action of the industry. Anything goes when it comes to shows!

  4. Leave a reply says:

    This is funny. I really enjoyed it.

    Retarded ghetto people are like watching creatures at the zoo.

    Do rap people even do anything besides argue with one another and act as blathering uneducated time vampires?

  5. who is it that is highly anticipating the release of this upcoming album? spot light the single i guess from this so-called highly anticipated album sounds like ur basic t&a song with usher added as icing on the cake for so-called urban and pop radio play. I wouldn’t be surprised if the album listening party takes place at a local atl strip club. But ofcourse if the beat is bagging then all else goes out the window.

  6. Gucci Mane will be 30 years old in a few weeks. Is this the future of 30 year old black men acting like this? Somebody help us now!

  7. Robert Jr. James McClendon says:

    Who is this Geechie Man dude hitting on Black women like that? Sisters need to boycott this “geechie” and put him out of business. Damn, he came down on her like Charlie Murphy slapped Rick James. That’s ignorant, people. Jay Z got a video mushing a girl back stage as well. I guess its a Hip-hop (Helping Ignorant people – Hurt Our People) thing. Noel, I’m afraid this “is” the future for the black males following their foot steps. It’s ignoraant to laugh, but that’s some Charlie Murphy type shit. Sister boycott Geechie Man. My bad, that Gucci Man, sound like a “geechie” from down south to me, though.

  8. observe510 says:

    the only song that gucci ever did good, was big cat laflaire, besides that, dude is pretty wack..but more power to him,,,hopefully he learns sumthing in jail (which he won’t)

  9. 2 Corinthians 6:14 states that you “not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness?”

    How can you truthfully expect ANYONE that claims to stand for so-called good or positive chance, yet continue to display so-called bad characteristics like representing the hood “trap” mentality to ever get the help they truly need?

    Our so-called culture is so debilitated that in order to “fix” it we first need to hold accountable the man and woman in the mirror. The sooner we all honestly take a long look at ourselves and find genuine love and peace for and with ourselves, the sooner we can figure out lasting ways we can begin to facilitate successful growth and development in our surroundings.

    This brother and sister only shock and awe us because we fail to see the bigger picture of how these images are reflective of us ALL on the world stage, thus making it even harder for the next generation to be taken serious. If we are to be viable participants in this new, smaller world in which we now live, we need to STOP giving credit to those that talk about it vice be about it and continue to put a black eye on us all. Enough is enough man, damn!

    Peace?!?

  10. smh

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  12. no hating going on at all just the truth

  13. Trap Counselor says:

    The only thing more amazingly ignorant than Gucci’s music is this comment thread. And that’s not a shot at Gucci, he’s incredibly talented and makes great rap tunes. I, for one, am eagerly awaiting The State vs. Radric Davis.

    It’s interesting that no one sees this as possibly a moment of progress in gender relations. Despite his vocabulary and how he articulates himself, Gucci may actually see Mac Breezy as an equal human being and he handled the situation with that mindset; i.e. “this person has crossed me in some manner and this is my solution.” I’m not saying I agree, violence is wrong, whether it’s against a man or a woman, but I don’t think this is some clear cut instance of misogyny or violence against women. If I’m wrong, where was the outrage when Charles Hamilton got decked by his ex-girlfriend? Everyone just laughed at that dude…

    Also, it’s clear most of you aren’t familiar with Gucci’s music but you should know that he’s consistently giving female emcees guest spots on his music, more so than any other successful rapper right now. His mix tapes are littered with unknown female rappers he’s willing to give a chance to, and most don’t look anything like Nicki Minaj.

    Anyway, FREE GUCCI.

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