Bad Girls Club's Judi Jackson all but gave away the news when she took to Instagram to express her excitement in a since-deleted post. "Never will forget my first Gucci concert. #OnStage. He’s such a great artist!" she captioned the post. "That man is not a clone! So happy he has got his life together and has A BEAUTIFUL woman by his side keeping him together. Excited about his new reality show on @Oxygen! I believe reality tv will not saturate his music. He’s a real rapper! Trapper! The plastic world ain’t gonna shake him! I love his music and real Gucci fans know he ain’t a clone."
The rapper has definitely been keeping busy since his unexpected release from prison in May. It took Gucci all of 24 hours of freedom to hit the studio and come back strong with his first post-prison release appropriately titled, "First Day Out Tha Feds," which racked up over a million streams in less than a day.
Luckily for us, the Mike WiLL Made-It-assisted banger was only the beginning of what Gucci had up his sleeve now that he's back home. He also jumped on a song with Kanye West, dropped the Drake collaboration "Back on Road," and teamed up with Kodak Black on "Vibin in This Bih." Gucci even had Drake and Young Thug over at his place last week to shoot a music video. Gucci's work ethic is undisputable and we're definitely not surprised to hear reports that he is preparing to add television star to his resumé.
On top of everything, Gucci recorded his new project, Everybody Looking, in less than a week and has already set a release date of July 22. To be honest, we wouldn't be surprised if Gucci really cloned himself to get all this done.
Gucci Mane's camp did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment while Oxygen told Complex, "We have a few shows in development but can’t comment on them at this time."