Yes, you read that correctly.
Gucci Mane is releasing a film this fall with his 1017 Brick Squad crew. The incarcerated rapper (or a friend of his) announced that The Spot will be released to digital retailers in October.
The comedy focuses on friends Gucci and rapper Rocko, their all-purpose store called “The Spot,” and all the troubles they get into.
Of course, fans were a little confused by the news.
Directed by video music extraordinaire Mr. Boomtown, the film was made a few years before the rapper’s incarceration on a gun charge.
A trailer was also released back in 2012:
Expect to see cameos from Yung Scooter, OJ Da Juiceman, Keyshia Kaoir, comedian Kelly “K-Dub” Walker, and Wild ‘N Out star Shawty.
Gucci has a small batch of film credits to his name, including Spring Breakers with Selena Gomez and James Franco.
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16 Tattoo Trends Throughout The Years (PHOTOS)
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1. Rihanna and Chris Brown jump-started the star tattoo wave.
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2. Finger tattoos came, and they conquered.
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3. Matching ring finger tattoos with your significant other is the new wedding ring.
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4. Henna tattoos may never go out of style. Hi, Rihanna.
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5. Tramp Stamps: something we all look back on and think: 'WTF was I thinking?'
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6. Rosary Tattoos were a huge wave in the early 2000s.
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7. Cross tattoos can be classy or cliche; depending on how you rock it.
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8. Cartoon character tattoos are only for the free-spirited.
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9. Realistic portraits are for the brave-hearted.
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10. Feather tattoos are one of the most feminine ink ideas.
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11. Birds symbolize freedom and purity.
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12. Dreamcatcher tattoos are a millennial thing.
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13. Name tattoos signify great love (i.e. significant others, children, etc.)
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14. Chinese characters were always a good idea.
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