There's no denying that 10/17 is going to be forever known as a significant set of digits for Gucci Mane. It's a reference to his 1017 Brick Squad, a nod to diamond-encrusted jewelry that has been used by Drake on many an occasion, and now, it will be enshrined as the date on which Mr. Davis tied the knot with his fiancee, Keyshia Ka'oir. There have been many posts about their nuptials on social media so far, including a moment where Gucci gifted his new bride a Rolls Royce Wraith. She nearly collapsed at the sight of it, but seriously, wouldn't you? As impressive as that was, one of Gucci's Atlanta bros came through with an incredible gesture of generosity on the rapper's wedding day as well, showering him with some jaw-dropping gifts.

In a video that has been circulating across multiple social media platforms, Guwop shared some footage that revealed the embarrassment of riches bestowed upon him by Pierre "Pee" Thomas, one half of the duo that makes up Quality Control, by far one of the most powerful forces in not only the Southern hip-hop game, but the music industry in general. According to the video, he sent Gucci and Keyshia a check for $100,000, along with two iced-out chains that are a "his and hers" set. One necklace has a pendant in the shape of a lock, which is housed inside a heart, and the other chain holds a key-shaped pendant, which will give both Gucci and his new wife a visual representation of how they've unlocked their love for each on their wedding day. Pee, for what it's worth, works with Kevin "Coach" Lee, a man who used to manage Guwop, and the three individuals have remained close to this day. It's a gesture that Gucci won't soon forget.

As it turns out, the rapper has more than just his wedding to celebrate this week. His latest album, Mr. Davis, has vaulted to the top of many streaming playlists and charts over the past few days, giving him yet another solid album to his name to close out the year. He also has a freshly-inked partnership with Reebok that should keep his level of public exposure high, not to mention the total on his bank statements.