You probably heard about how Gucci Mane spoke during career day at Crawford Long Middle School in Atlanta last week. Well, it turns out that the students' parents heard about it, too. And as you might have imagined, they're not too happy about it.

According to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, parents and alumni of the Atlanta Public School (APS) system take particular issue with Gucci's lyrics and his time spent behind bars. One parent noted that he thought the school administrators could have simply picked a different individual who is a "better role model." Others agreed and members of the APS said they will look into the matter.

The best comment, though, comes from a graduate of the school system, Leisle Moody, who also notes Gucci's legal issues. But most importantly: "How do you justify bringing someone who is not even at the top of his game in the rap industry?" Ouch.

[via HipHopWired]