Posted by , Jan 3, 2016 at 11:11pm
Gucci Mane's social media accounts have been mysteriously deleted.

Gucci Mane has been in prison since September 2013, and since that time, he's managed to put out more music than just about everybody in hip-hop. He, or someone on his team, has also managed to keep up an active social media presence, which has been useful in promoting all of his music. But today, with no warning, both GuWop's Twitter account as well as his Instagram have disappeared. 

As you can see, tweets such as the one below no longer link to Gucci's official account (@gucci1017). A Google search of "Gucci Mane twitter" shows a couple of his recent tweets in the results, including one in which "he" reveals that he's coming home in 2016 (see above). 

Perhaps Gucci requested the removal of the accounts as he no longer wants someone else communicating to his fans as if he or she is the incarcerated rapper himself. Or, maybe authorities deactivated the accounts because they deem it wrong for a detained criminal to earn income via social media. For now, it's all speculation. 

[via Complex]

 

Gucci Mane's Twitter & Instagram Accounts Have Disappeared

Gucci Mane's social media accounts have been mysteriously deleted.


Gucci Mane has been in prison since September 2013, and since that time, he's managed to put out more music than just about everybody in hip-hop. He, or someone on his team, has also managed to keep up an active social media presence, which has been useful in promoting all of his music. But today, with no warning, both GuWop's Twitter account as well as his Instagram have disappeared. 

As you can see, tweets such as the one below no longer link to Gucci's official account (@gucci1017). A Google search of "Gucci Mane twitter" shows a couple of his recent tweets in the results, including one in which "he" reveals that he's coming home in 2016 (see above). 

Perhaps Gucci requested the removal of the accounts as he no longer wants someone else communicating to his fans as if he or she is the incarcerated rapper himself. Or, maybe authorities deactivated the accounts because they deem it wrong for a detained criminal to earn income via social media. For now, it's all speculation. 

[via Complex]

 

Comments

188
ADD COMMENTView Comment Thread