Gucci Mane is making a change for the better and encouraging his protégé, Chief Keef to avoid making the same mistakes.
See what Gucci Mane's had to say below:
“I take responsibility for some of that bad stigma that comes from me”.
“A lot of the things I have done, some I regret. And a lot of it [that bad stigma] is unwarranted. A lot of it, it be false claims, the media take it and make their own assumptions, but I guess from all the things I did in the past — it’s like the boy who cried wolf, it just comes with it.”
I must say I am proud of Gucci Mane for taking a stand for change and for taking responsibility for his actions.
About his young protégé Chief Keef:
“My advice would be to him — and any young guy — is to learn from the many people that they seen in they life … me being one of them. Try not to do the same things that I did.”
His response to criticism about mentoring at local high schools:
“I feel like I can tell my story to anyone who wanna hear it,” he said. “Kids don’t usually like listening to their teachers. They wanna hear from somebody they feel like’s in the skreets, or in the know. Got to say something. That’s the only reason I speak … I try and tell ‘em something positive.”
Waka Flocka Flame:
“I don’t see this as being any different than the last eight or nine times we done got into it with each other.” At the heart of it all, he said, “He a great businessman, and I pride myself on being a great businessman.”
Kuddos to Gucci Mane for being a real "G" and trying to change a young life!!!
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