Gucci Mane’s net worth is projected to be $20 million as of June 2022. He has made money by selling dozens of songs and albums. He has made money via acting and has just started a Delantic apparel brand, in addition to music sales. His album Trap House 5 grossed $8.7 million, with The Middle Man bringing in $5.4 million, Brick Factory 3 $7.1 million, Views from Zone 6 $4.0 million, and 1017 Mafia: Incarcerated bringing in $3.4 million. A Dodge Challenger, a Ferrari 612, a Bentley Mulsanne, a Ferrari 458 Italia, and a Lamborghini Gallardo may all be found in his garage. Gucci Mane’s net worth reflects what skill may achieve when properly developed and put to greater use.
Ralph Everett Dudley and Vicky Jean Davis gave birth to Radric Delantic Davis in 1980. He is an Alabama native with an older stepbrother. Due to drug-related offenses, his father escaped the police when he was born. He eventually abandoned them, leaving Gucci to be raised by his mother. He attended Cedar Grove Elementary School in Atlanta, which is located in a crime-ridden neighborhood. He began selling cannabis here and progressed to selling cocaine, therefore making him a drug dealer. He also attended McNair High School, graduating in 1998, and received a scholarship to attend Georgia Tech college, where he was thrown out in 2001 for failing to attend lectures.
|Celebrated Name:||Gucci Mane|
|Real Name:||Radric Delantic Davi|
|Age:||42 Years Old|
|Date of Birth:||12 February 1980|
|Birth Place:||Birmingham, Alabama, United State|
|Net Worth:||$20 Million|
|Wife / Girlfriend:||Keyshia Ka’Oir (m. 2017)|
He married model Keyshia Ka’oir just a few days ago, on October 17, 2017, after proposing to her after a basketball game. The wedding ceremony, billed The Mane Event, was broadcast on BET, and the cost of the event was believed to be $1.7 million. In his book, he also revealed that he had a ten-year-old kid. The wedding was funded by BET, who turned it into a 10-episode TV series dubbed “The Mane Event,” in which Ka’oir organizes the wedding and walks down the aisle on a diamond-studded carpet. After performing at an Atlanta Hawks basketball game, Mane proposed to Ka’Oir.
Davis began his musical career in 2005 with the release of Trap House, an album that included songs like “Icy” and “Pillz.” On Billboard’s R&B/ Hip-Hop Albums chart, the album debuted at number 20. Gucci participated on various remixes of tracks such as “Obsessed,” “Boom Boom Pow,” and “5 Star Chick” between 2007 and 2010. He released his second studio album, The State vs. Radric Davis, in 2009, which included singles including “Bingo,” “Spotlight,” and “Lemonade.” Gucci founded 1017 Brick Squad Records in 2010 and published The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted, which included hits including “Gucci Time.” In 2011, he released The Return of Mr. Zone 6, his 10th EP, which was his highest-charting EP at the time. He has recorded two collaboration albums, Ferrari Boyz (2011) and BAYTL, as well as a mixtape, Trap Back Mixtape, in the same year. He released the I’m Up mixtape and Trap God in 2012. Gucci Mane has released a number of collaborative albums, mixtapes, and a studio album since 2013. East Atlanta Memphis, Trap God 2, Trap Back 2, Diary of a Trap God, East Atlanta Santa, and 1017 are just a few of the mixtapes available.
Trap House III, The State vs. Radric Davis II: The Caged Bird Sings, The Purple Album, The Green Album, The White Album, Gucci Vs. Guwop, The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted (2010), The Return of Mr. Zone 6 (2011), Everybody Looking (2016), The Return of East Atlanta Santa (2016), and the most recent “Mr. Davis” are among his studio albums. He also acts, and his credits include The Come Up (2012), Birds of a Feather (2012), Spring Breakers (2013), and The Spot (2015), among others. Gucci Mane hasn’t won many awards, although he did win an MTV Music Award for the song “Down,” which won best pop video and best hip-hop video.