There's a Conspiracy Theory Surrounding Gucci Mane and His Release

There's a Conspiracy Theory Surrounding Gucci Mane and His Release

This one's pretty out there.

Published June 22nd

The Illuminati and hip-hop have always been tight with many claiming that some of the top names are actually a part of the invisible hand. (We’re looking at you, Hov.)

Hot off believer’s notions that Game 6 of the NBA Finals was rigged is the newest conspiracy theory, that the Gucci Mane draped all over social media is actually a clone.

It’s unclear as to when the Gucci 2.0 rumors officially began, however after he revealed himself as more cut than a diamond after being released from prison, it seemed inconceivable to some that the transformation could’ve happened.

A report from a fake-news site cited a made up quote from Lil Boosie (also known as Boosie Badazz) where he says, “that ain’t the real Gucci, we both sitting in the studio and he seemed lost and after his show at Mansion he called me Herman." Not sure who Herman is…

Anyway, Twitter decided to go in and give their own opinion of the possibility that the new-and-improved Gucci is a fraud. According to the proposed theory, Gucci has been released from prison, it’s just no one’s seen him publicly. People also cite that Gwop’s trademark ice cream tattoo is missing, however one look at a newer picture shows the progress that was made in attempting its removal.

Gucci has now replied to the rumors that he isn’t the real Gucci Mane, and uh, his response didn’t exactly eradicate the chatter. "I will neither support or deny those accusations," he said in a Snapchat video posted by DJ Akademiks.

What do you think? Let us know in the comment section and check out reaction to Gucci 2.0 being a fake below.

HAS #GUCCIMANE BEEN CLONED?? U BE THE JUDGE HERE IS HIS ANSWER

A video posted by DJ Akademiks (@akademikstv) on

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)

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