Gucci Mane Net Worth, Quotes, Wiki

Gucci Mane Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Weight, Wiki & Quotes

Gucci Mane (real name Radric Delantic Davis) is a US rapper with a net worth of $14 million. Gucci Mane began writing poetry as a youngster and rapping at the age of 14. He helped develop trap music, which was pioneered by Atlanta-based rappers T.I. and Young Jeezy in the 2000s and 2010s. Gucci Mane’s net worth is $14 million in 2013.

Throughout his career, Gucci Mane has released 14 full-length studio albums and more than 71 mixtapes. In 2007, he launched his own label, 1017 Records. Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey, and Marilyn Manson have all worked with him. His prolific mixtape releases and long-standing presence as a trap rap innovator have made him one of the most significant and influential artists in Atlanta’s history.

Gucci Mane Fast Facts

Net Worth In 2021: $15 million
Real Name/Full Name Radric Delantic Davis
Nick Name: Gucci Mane
Date Of Birth/Birthday: 12 February 1980
Age/How Old: 41 years old
Siblings Brother: Victor Davis
Profession: Rapper
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 188 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 8″
Weight: In Kilograms – 96 Kg
In Pounds – 192 lbs
Parents Name: Father – Ralph Everett Dudley
Mother – Vicky Jean Davis
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
Religion: Christian
Gay Or Straight? Straight
Marital Status: Married
Girlfriend: N/A
Wife/Spouse Name: Keyshia Ka’Oir (m. 2017)
Kids/Children Name: N/A
Education: Jonesboro Elementary

Early Life

Radric Delantic Davis, better known as Gucci Mane, was born on February 12, 1980, in Bessemer, Alabama. Ralph Everett Dudley (1955), a former U.S. serviceman and power plant worker, and Vicky Jean Davis (1955), a social worker and educator , are Radric’s parents.

Davis was raised by his paternal grandmother as a youngster, while his mother went to college in order to get her degree. His mother was a teacher who taught him the ABCs at an early age and spent the majority of her time teaching him biblical scriptures. Davis began school at Jonesboro Elementary, where he attended kindergarten and school through grades one through five.

When he was nine, Davis moved with his single mother to Atlanta due to family issues in Bessemer. He was a good student who considered himself athletic, even though he didn’t participate in school sports. Davis sold marijuana with his older brother, mostly doing so to supplement their income.

According to his own account, Davis had never been in a violent encounter despite selling drugs for nearly two years. When he was fifteen, Davis was riding his push bike when a stranger stopped him and pointed a Desert Eagle at his head. Following the incident, Davis lost all of his valuables and began carrying a .25-caliber handgun.

In 1993, Davis’ brother was arrested for cocaine possession and sentenced to 10 years in prison. His older brother later became a posthumous Crip gang member as a result of his death from a car accident at the age of 22. Despite lacking interest in sports due to his move to Atlanta, Davis chose to play football in his sophomore year after being recruited by a school football coach. He played middle linebacker and center, wearing the number 28 which was later retired by the school.

Davis attended Tri-Cities High School for three years before transferring to Walter F. George High School in Southern Crescent, Georgia. He dropped out of high school in 1998 during his junior year.


After his first arrest, Mane began to take music more seriously. He released an album called La Flare through a series of 1,000 CDs he handed out throughout East Atlanta. Mane teamed up with Young Jeezy for the song “So Icy,” which was distributed by Tommy Boy Records.

In 2005, Mane debuted with Trap House, an independent debut album. The Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums list and the Billboard Heatseekers Album chart were both flooded with Mane’s music. His second studio release Hard to Kill came out in 2006. It included the hit song “Freaky Gurl,” which reached number 12 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart.

“Black Beatles,” produced by Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane, debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. It was released in November 2016 and topped the charts for songs — not just R&B, hip hop, or rap songs — across all genres. It was Mane’s first solo top ten hit after his 2009 collaboration with Lil Wayne on “Lemonade.”

In the fall of 2017, he released “The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.”

Over the course of his career, Gucci Mane has released 13 full-length studio albums and over 71 mixtapes.

He launched his own label, 1017 Records, in 2007. He’s worked with artists such as Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey, and Marilyn Manson. His frequent mixtape releases and long-standing role in the Atlanta music scene as a pioneering trap music innovator have made him a major influence on younger rappers.

Legal issues

Gucci Mane has been incarcerated several times throughout his music career. On September 14, 2005, he pled guilty to federal charges of possessing a firearm as a felon after authorities found him carrying an unlicensed pistol in the trunk of his car. He was given a sentence of three years and served nearly four months in prison before being released in May 2006 under good behavior.

On September 12, 2008, Gucci Mane was again arrested after stealing a car with the keys still in it. He pled guilty to two counts of misdemeanor reckless conduct and took home one year’s worth of probation.

On December 15, 2008, he pled guilty to battery and aggravated assault charges and was sentenced to six months in prison. He was released from the DeKalb County jail four months later on April 13, 2009.

On January 4, 2011, Mane was arrested in Atlanta after he reportedly assaulted a soldier. The soldier had stopped his car in traffic when another vehicle struck him from behind. The victim got out of the car to survey the damage and was confronted by the rapper, who allegedly attacked him without provocation.

Gucci was released on bail on January 5, 2011. Four months later he pled guilty to one count of misdemeanor battery and was sentenced to serve three years’ probation.

How Old Is Gucci Mane? What's His Weight, Height & Zodiac Sign

Gucci Mane was born 12 February 1980 making him 41 years old. In Kilograms he weighs in at 96 Kg and in Pounds he weighs 192 lbs. His height is 188 cm or 5′ 8″ His star sign is Aquarius, the eleventh astrological sign.


Gucci Mane hаd bееn nominated fоr Соса-Соlа Vіеwеrѕ’ choice Аwаrd іn 2017, he also wоn for ‘Веѕt Рор Vіdео’ fоr ‘Dоwn’, along with Fіfth Наrmоnу. In 2020, he was nominated for “Exactly How I Feel” with Lizzo.

Personal Life: Dating, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

On October 17, 2017, in Miami, Gucci married Keyshia Ka’oir. The wedding was organized by BET and produced a 10-segment TV series titled The Mane Event, which chronicled the wedding preparations and ceremony. After performing at an Atlanta Hawks basketball game, Davis proposed to Ka’oir. On December 23, 2020,

In his autobiography, Davis wrote that he has a son who was born in 2007 and whose existence he learned about when the kid was ten months old.

Gucci Mane's Net Worth

Gucci has a net worth of $12 million. He made the Forbes 2010 Hip-Hop’s Top 20 Earners with $5 million, despite his lengthy amount of stays in prison thanks in part to a spate of lucrative guest appearances with the likes of Black Eyed Peas, Mario, and Mariah Carey.

In addition to music, Gucci Mane earns money from several other ventures, including acting, writing, and his own fashion brand. As an actor, Mane’s biggest paycheck came from the film Spring Breakers (2012). He reportedly earned $100,000 from the movie in 2013.

Mane has spent lavishly on jewelry, but he has also owned several high-end automobiles, including:

  • A Ferrari 458 Italia valued at around $240,000,
  • A Ferrari 612 costing approximately $250,000,
  • A Lamborghini Gallardo valued at around $200,000,
  • A Bentley Mulsanne with an estimated value of $306,425,
  • Dodge Charger SRT8 priced at $67,645, and
  • A Dodge Challenger which costs around $28,090

Gucci Mane Quotes

When all my hard work is getting recognized. It makes me work even harder.

I try to take a couple of young guys under my wing and tell them what I've learned, because you can't teach nobody if you don't know anything.

I'm satisfied and proud of the things I did - even the bumps and the bruises that I've had on the way. You fall down, you get up, you brush yourself off and you keep going. And that's what we're doing.

Gucci Mane's Lessons Of Success

Acknowledge your flaws – Life is a test and we’re here to prove that we can be successful in this world.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help – You always want to appear like you don’t need nobody but remember that even the greatest man started with somebody helping them.

Appreciate your friends – there’s not too many people left who will help you when you need something.


Gucci Mane, born Radric Davis is a popular rapper from United States of America. He has been active in the industry since 2005 and was imprisoned on numerous occasions throughout his career. Later, he started his own label ” 1017 Records”. He has a net worth of $12 million.  If he hadn’t been derailed by his criminal record, he might have had a net worth in the hundreds of millions.

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