On Monday night, Gucci Mane visited Florida Memorial University, South Florida's only historically black college, to perform alongside T.I., Rick Ross, and more. In between the performances, Gucci Mane delivered a speech to the students in attendance, urging them to get out and vote.
"You have an opportunity to make a big impact tomorrow. And not just any young people - young people in this room, young people of color, young people that come from neighborhoods surrounding this college," Gucci said. "We need to make a vote to stop all the police brutality. We need to make a vote to stop this mass incarceration."
The Atlanta rapper concluded by discussing his own incarceration: "I wish that I had my right to vote. I feel like after you serve your time, don't punish me for the rest of my life for something I already served my time for." Watch the speech above.
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