Gucci Mane Net Worth in 2020 and 8 Interesting Facts About Him

Gucci Mane is a popular American rapper who started his musical stint in the early 2000s. In this article, we will talk about Gucci Mane Net Worth, and some lesser-known facts about his life.

He worked with rappers like T.I. and Young Jeezy to develop the hip hop subgenre and named it Trap Music. ‘Trap’ is a slang used in Atlanta for a place where illegal buying and selling of drugs takes place. He debuted with his music album Trap House in 2005.

Gucci Mane
Credits: The Famous People

After a successful debut, he came up with his second album Hard to Kill the very next year in 2006. In 2007, he released Trap-a-Thon and Back to the Trap house. His maiden gold-certified album The State vs Radric Davis was released in 2009.

He spent a couple of years in prison from 2014-2016. But he bounced back nicely with multiple projects post his release from the jail. In 2016, his song Black Beatles made it to the number-one single place in the US Billboard Hot 100.

In his entire career, Gucci Mane produced 13 studio albums and 71 mixtapes. He founded a label named in 1017 Records in 2007. His longevity in the music industry and his contributions to Trap Music has earned him a lot of respect and influence over music lovers. He received titles like Avatar of East Atlanta and The Most Influential Underground Rapper of the Past Decade.

Mane
Credits: Useless Daily

Gucci Mane Net Worth and Overview

Net Worth$12 Million
OccupationSongwriter, Rapper
Date of BirthFebruary 12, 1980
Age40 years
Height6’3” ft. or 1.89m
Spouse(s)Keyshia Ka’Oir (m. 2017)
ChildrenSheena Evans
Country of OriginThe United States of America
Source of WealthMusic Albums and Mixtapes
Instagram Followers13.6 million
Twitter Followers8.7 million
YouTube Subscribers3.88 million
Last UpdatedJune 2020

Early Life

Early 2000s
Credits: The New York Times

Gucci Mane was born in Bessemer, Alabama, on February 12, 1980. His was father, Ralph Everett Dudley was an ex-serviceman, and his mother, Vicky Jean Davis was a social worker and teacher. Mane’s paternal grandparents had also served in the US military.

His mother had a kid from her previous relationship when she met his father. The name of her child was Victor Davis. But his father was escaping the cops for drug dealing charges. Gucci shared a distant relationship with his father, as he used to visit them rarely. Later, his father moved in with some other woman and had two children with her.

As a child, he had a rough family life and had to move from Bessemer to Atlanta due to family issues. His half-brother Victor introduced him to the world of hip hop. Victor took him to a few concerts of hip hop stars of that era. Mane found his interest in music and started writing, at a very young age. At the age of 14, he made his first rap song.

In middle school, Gucci and his brother started drug dealing. He was good in school, but since he spent his young days in a crime affected area, he got into drug dealing and sold cannabis and cocaine.

Career Highlights and Awards  

Davis
Credits: Arena

Gucci Mane found his interest in poetry and rapping. However, it was only after his first arrest that he started taking his musical skills seriously. He released a song named La Flare on Str8 Drop Records. Around 1000 copies of his song were distributed across East Atlanta.

In 2001, he started managing the rapper, Lil Buddy. Just over a year later, he linked with Zaytoven to make his own label titled LaFlare Entertainment. Mane headed to New York to explore better career opportunities.

During his time in New York, he met the head of Big Cat Records and allied with them. He also worked with his contemporary rappers like Young Jeezy. He finally secured a deal with Tommy Boy for the distribution of his debut album in 2005.

From there onward, he gave several hit albums in subsequent years. Trap House and Hard to Kill got ranked on charts like R&B/HipHop Albums, Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Heatseekers Hot Rap Tracks, and more.

From 2007 to 2010, he released several mixtapes and his other hit albums titled Back to The Trap House, The State vs Radric Davis. He made multiple guest appearances on several music albums, and he had become a big hip-hop start by this time. He is still an active rapper and his last release was in October 2019.

List of Awards –

  • MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video
  • Teen Choice Award for Choice Single: Group
  • Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Collaboration

Personal Life

On October 17, 2017, Gucci Mane married Keyshia Ka’oir in Miami, Florida. Keyshia owns a cosmetic and fitness brand titled after her name. Mane had proposed Ka’oir at a basketball match in Atlanta. He also had has a son who was born in 2007.

Legal Problems

Gucci Mane in a courtroom
Credits: Style Magazine

Mane has been found doing illegal activities multiple times. And he has been to jail for some of his activities. In the year 2001, he was apprehended by the cops for possessing cocaine. He spent 90 days in a county jail.

In May 2005, a group of attackers broke into his residential property. Mane and his mates retaliated with gunshots, resulting in the death of an attacker. Mane was charged with murder and aggravated assault. However, the murder charge was dropped due to insufficient evidence, and he was sentenced to 6-month imprisonment.

He had been charged multiple times, which includes traffic law violation, assault with a deadly weapon, a charge of a battery, concealed weapons, possessing marijuana, and more. He served his sentence of 2-year imprisonment from 2014 to 2016 for possessing firearms.

What is Gucci Mane Net Worth in 2020?

Gucci Mane has pioneered the subgenre Trap Music. He gave multiple hit albums and earned a good fortune through his works as a rapper and songwriter. Gucci Mane Net Worth in 2020 is estimated to be $12 million.

Interesting Facts About Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane in early 2000s
GGucci Credits: Pinterest
  1. Mane’s birth name is Radric Delantic Davis. Gucci Mane is his stage name.
  2. At the age of 17, Davis was involved in a violent fight with a street gang named “the East Shoals Boys”.
  3. He used to carry a .380 caliber gun when he was 15.
  4. Davis had a professional rift with Young Jeeny regarding the rights of the song “Icy” from Trap House.
  5. In 2013, an array of derogatory tweets was made by his official twitter handle. The tweets targeted many people from the Hip-hop industry.
  6. He released multiple projects while he was in jail during 2014-16.
  7. Davis’ son was born in 2007, but he didn’t know about this till 2016.
  8. He wrote The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. It is a top-seller book that has many confessions and revelations made by Mane.

Summary

Gucci Mane is a hip-hop star who went through a lot of hardships in his youth. Davis worked his way out of the criminal world and made his name and fortune in the music industry. Mane went through rough patches and was involved in some unfortunate situations.

Nonetheless, he is a successful artist and he got love and appreciation from millions. Gucci Mane Net Worth in 2020 is $12 million.   

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