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UPDATED 3:05 p.m. ET: The photo for the "Gucci Gang" page on the Coachella website has been updated to show not only Gucci Mane, but also Lil Pump and Smokepurpp. According to TMZ, a rep for Coachella confirmed there was no typo. None of the artists have addressed plans to perform as "Gucci Gang" at Coachella, though that will likely change soon.
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For the most part, fans are pumped to have headliners like Ariana Grande and Childish Gambino leading the roster. But as TMZ points out, the lineup also features an artist named "Gucci Gang" listed to perform on April 14 and 21. There's only one problem: who tf is Gucci Gang?
When you go to the artist Gucci Gang's page on Coachella's website, a photo of the one and only ATL legend Gucci Mane pops up. So either Gucci decided to change his name/bring friends along, or this is wildly disrespectful.
This might explain why La Flare, who is pretty active on social media, has yet to share the 2019 lineup on any of his accounts. Gucci dropped his latest album Evil Genius before the new year, featuring artists like Quavo and Migos, along with his hit Kodak Black and Bruno Mars collab "Wake Up in the Sky."
Coachella should probably fix this, fast. In the meantime, we've reached out to the fest for comment.