After spending roughly two years in prison due to firearm possession, multiple sources have confirmed that legendary Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is now free.

News initially broke when Gucci's longtime girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir took to social media to share pictures and video of her and Guwop.

Gucci pled guilty to firearm possession in May of 2014 and was sentenced to 39 months in prison. So if you're doing the math, that means that the ATL rapper was released a few months ahead of schedule - most likely due to good behavior.

Now what is everyone going to do with those "Free Gucci" shirts? And how long until we get some new music?

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