Gucci Mane isn't the first person you'd want to come to your defense, but controversial White Girl Mob rapper V-Nasty could use all the help she can get these days. With the release of their collaborative album BAYTL, it's clear Gucci has taken a liking to the unabashed rhyme slinger, so naturally he was asked about his decision, as a black man, to collaborate with a white woman who openly uses the N-Word. As he explains, it wasn't a difficult decision for him because he's not one to judge.
"I can't judge her for that with all the sh-- I been through," Gucci told XXLMag.com of V-Nasty. "I'm the last person that could judge somebody. All I know is I enjoy working with her. It was fun working with her."
"I think people are going to be surprised just how good the music sounds,” the fresh-out-of-jail rapper continues. A lot of people are going to be surprised ... We got production from Zaytoven. People can expect some real good music ... BAYTL by Gucci Mane and V-Nasty album is definitely a classic album."
Gucci did note that “she didn’t shout the N-word not one time when I’m there.”
Gucci Mane was released from a Georgia county jail on Sunday after being sentenced to a six-month jail term on September 13. Gooch pled guilty to two counts of battery, two counts of reckless conduct and one of disorderly conduct, stemming from an incident involving a woman he allegedly pushed out of a moving car.
He's vowed that he won't be returning to jail.
"It was a time for me to sit back and just refocus the whole way I do things, man," said Gucci. "The times away from my fans just made me want to grind, get in the studio, go to my shows and appreciate my job and what I do now."
BAYTL is available in stores today [December 13].
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