Rapper Gucci Mane Calls Atlantic Records 'Polite Racist' and Wants Artists to Join him in a Strike Against the Labels - Black Enterprise
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Rapper Gucci Mane Calls Atlantic Records ‘Polite Racist’ and Wants Artists to Join him in a Strike Against the Labels

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Gucci Mane (Image: Twitter)

Radric Davis, who is better known as the rapper Gucci Mane, took to Twitter to announce that he’s leaving the label he is signed to, Atlantic Records, on July 3, and referred to the recording label as “polite racist.”

In a since-deleted tweet, Gucci Mane wrote, “Leaving #AtlanticRecords July 3rd these crackers polite racist #SolcySummer.”

The Atlanta-bred rapper had also stated on his Twitter account, “To all snitches and my haters and the most polite racist ever @gucci I pray y’all die of coronavirus.” He deleted those Tweets as well.

In another social media post, the artist called on his industry peers to join him and quit and unite with him in protest, again calling out “racist ass” labels: “All artists let’s go on strike f— these racist ass labels burn them down too #BlackLivesMatter #BlackExecMatter f— these crackers”

Gucci Mane recently released a new single featuring Lil Baby titled “Both Sides” last month on May 29. The rapper, who has been signed to Atlantic Records since 2007, has had issues previously with the label. Back in 2013, Gucci Mane went on Twitter to air his beef with Atlantic Records and sent insults toward the label and executives. The label dropped the rapper and he later apologized for sending out his insidious tweets and he also claimed he was on codeine at that time. He then re-signed with Atlantic Records back in 2016.