Gucci Mane Banned From Hosting Album From Prison Cell

When Mike WiLL Made-It isn’t stepping into Twitter beefs to defend Rae Sremmurd, he’s attempting to recruit his musical partner in crime (and ice cream face-tattooed friend) Gucci Mane to host his upcoming album from prison.

Mike WiLL has revealed that his attempts to debut and host his upcoming album (formerly mixtape) Ransom2 from the confines of Gucci Mane’s prison cell have been banned.

Taking to Twitter to vent his frustrations, the iconic producer declared that ‘the Feds’ were responsible for shutting down what would’ve been a unique hip hop occurrence. However, given Gucci’s penchant for ending up in the pen, it’s unsurprising that any such privilege was not granted. The rapper is notorious for his legal battles and run-ins with the law, and let’s be honest, can you really trust someone who has an ice cream cone tattooed on their face? Exactly.


Mike WiLLl also revealed arguably the best excuse as to why the project itself has been delayed in the first place; he was too busy producing Formation for Beyoncé herself. Talk about a get out of jail free card.

In an attempt to appease fans who might be disappointed at the news of a lack of Gucci involvement, Mike WiLL announced that the next collaborative project between the two, Trap Tape, will be released upon Gucci’s release from jail (whenever that may be).

Main image via The Fader, second image via Rolling Stone