Gucci Mane Addressed A Conspiracy Theory That He Is A Government Clone

“I will neither support nor deny those accusations.”

June 21, 2016
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Gucci Mane was released from prison six months early in May, and the Atlanta rapper seemed like a changed man. In place of his signature rounded belly, Gucci sported six-pack abs and a slim physique; He spoke of eating fruits and vegetables and seemed to be generally happy.

Speculation began about the nature of these changes though, forming into a full-blown conspiracy theory after Guwop called his vintage Cartier frames "mind-blowing" in a fake bougie accent on his Snapchat. Gucci rapped on Kanye West's recent Cruel Winter single "Champions," Now that Gucci home/ It's over for you Gucci clones. The internet seems to have taken this line and completely misinterpreted it:

Fortunately, others online have been voices of reason:
Gucci Mane himself responded to the allegations that he is a government clone earlier today.
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Gucci Mane isn't a clone, but many are trying their hardest to make him into a meme. Let's let the mane live and thrive.

Update 6/23/16, 8:30 a.m.: Gucci Mane updates his Instagram with the following video, using the hashtag #GucciClone.

#GucciClone

A video posted by Gucci Mane (@laflare1017) on

Gucci Mane Addressed A Conspiracy Theory That He Is A Government Clone