Gucci Mane stays losing. Shortly after being released from prison—a grand total of one day—Gucci Mane was arrested again on Friday for a probation violation.
Gucci Mane wastes no time … He’s back behind bars — exactly ONE DAY after being released from jail — TMZ has learned.
Mane was locked up on March 26 after allegedly assaulting a man with a bottle in an Atlanta nightclub. A judge initially denied the rapper bail. The judge then softened and two days ago set bail at $75,000. Good news for Mane — he was sprung from the pokey yesterday. Bad news for Mane — he was re-arrested today for a probation violation. Sorta good news for Mane — we hear Saturday is movie night in the pokey. On April 9, the “So Icey” rapper was indicted on aggravated assault charges thanks to his champagne bottle fade. Reportedly, Gucci’s re-arrest didn’t have anything to do with his assault case. Before his return to the bing, the court mandated that he remain on a 24-hour curfew at home, wear an ankle monitoring device and submit to random drug testing. A man named TJ claims to have been attacked by Gucci after asking to take a picture with him at a Philadelphia nightclub.
Despite no longer rocking with his Bricksquad buddy Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane stilled dropped a few mixtapes recently, including the DJ Holiday hosted Trap Back 2 project.
Gucci Mane is currently serving time in Fulton County Jail for turning himself in after he was accused of hitting a soldier at an Atlanta nightclub. Gucci’s lawyer Drew Findling says his client plans to post bond in Fulton County. Afterwards, Gucci will be transferred to DeKalb County, where his lawyer says he has a hold placed on him. The reason is probation for a unconnected misdemeanor charge. Gucci was previously denied bond during his last hearing that made him remind behind bars. As reported by AllHipHop, “Mr. Davis has a history, we’re not going to skirt that issue,” Findling said. “That history made it difficult for him to get bond today.” The rapper was indicted on Tuesday for one count of aggravated assault. Back in March, James Lettley says he wanted to take a picture with Gucci, but was attacked in the head with a champagne bottle.
Gucci Mane will be in jail longer than he anticipated. A judge denied bond for the rapper who turned himself in on an arrest warrant issued over his alleged attack on a soldier. During his court appearance this morning bond was denied based on the many legal run-ins he has to his name. ”Mr. Davis has a history, we’re not going to skirt that issue, and that history made it difficult for him to get bond today,” attorney, Drew Findling, said. Gucci was charged with aggravated assault for reportedly cracking a bottle over the head of the soldier who wanted to take a picture with him at an Atlanta nightclub. The assault appears to be a growing pattern for the Atlanta native who is known to fly off the handle. He was previously ordered to shell out $60,000 to a woman he pushed out of a moving car, turned on his longtime friend, Waka Flocka Flame, by kicking him out of the Brick squad crew. In addition to the bottle-cracking debacle, a second victim has emerged accusing him of similar behavior. A man by the name of TJ claims to have been attacked by Gucci after asking for to take a picture with him at a Philly nightclub, last month.
Police in Georgia have charged a man believed to have gunned down rapper Justin “Yung Teddy” Mitchell earlier in the month, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports. Curley Dean Holden, goes by two different names, and is accused to shooting Mitchell as two women watched. Holden is believed to have forced his way into the home where Mitchell was, holding a gun to one woman’s neck and pointing the firearm at another, before committing the murder. The 23-year-old is also known as Willie Danyel Hunt and eluded authorities for nearly a month, before reportedly threatening another person’s life at a barbecue. “I want to break your jaw, and I’ll be happy,” Holden allegedly said while gripping his firearm.
He was arrested on Jan. 23, and charged with making terroristic threats. While in custody he was slapped with three counts of aggravated assault and murder, all stemming from Mitchell’s death. “The accused pointed a handgun in the direction of Mr. Mitchell and fired several times,” the arrest warrant reads. Holden has been to prison twice before, the most recent of which resulted in a release last summer after serving 18 months on drug charges and making false statements. In 2009 he served roughly seven months behind bars on a separate drug conviction. Less than a week after Mitchell’s death, police arrested a woman for sending him threats via text message. Mitchell posted screen shots of the correspondence online, and tweeted that someone wanted him dead, hours before he was shot.
Even though 40 Glocc is currently suing rival Game for assault this past July, it looks like the G-Unit affiliate has no intentions of keeping the beef in the courtroom. Now, according to VladTV, rumors are circulating that 40 Glocc attacked and assaulted Game’s manager this weekend. According to reports, 40 Glocc assaulted Game’s manager Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd this past weekend in Las Vega, Nevada. While details on the incident are sketchy,VladTV managed to obtain a series of 40 Glocc’s Tweets that have since been deleted, in which Glocc boasts that he knocked out Kidd while he was eating pizza.
This recent development in Game in Game and 40 Glocc’s on-going feud comes fresh on the heels of 40 Glocc’s recent diss against the Jesus Piece rapper, “The Full Edit.” Neither Game nor his manager have responded to the claims of the assault.
In one of the most ballerific ways to get locked up, Trey Songz was arrested for making it rain too hard at a strip club. Seriously. Trigga had an album release party at Perfections, a gentleman’s club in Queens, NY, on August 21. According to police, somewhere between 4:00 and 4:15 AM on the 22nd, Trey became involved in an altercation inside the club. According to police reports, ”Tremaine Neverson, did throw a sum of United States currency at the complainant and said sum of United States currency struck the complainant’s left eye causing substantial pain to her left eye.” Trey was not arrested that night, but one month later he was booked for misdemeanor assault. Songz had a court date in NY on November 1 and an order of protection was issued. He is due back in court in February.