Gucci Mane in the short film "The Stain" finally Sees the Light Of Day
It is a call to rotten tomatoes or film glory?
Before Gucci Mane was locked up in the prison or they had developed a six-pack, Atlanta's trap music of the king had already enveloped The Place, 2015 project with the intention of serving as a soundtrack to a film of the same name. Due to Guwop legal tangle and the subsequent "summer vacation" in an Indiana federal prison, however, the idea was shelved until now.
Starring his soon-to-be-woman Keyshia Ka oir, Rocko, and, of course, Gucci, The Point that seems to follow in the footsteps of films such as 1971's Shaft or 1998 I Received The connection with the Master P. Starting with a robbery, the film also implies the shadow of a drive of CD-broad street psychic, crappy ring of criminals, car-lovers, gangsters, a kidnapping, hired assassins, and most criminal debaucheries.
Directed by Gucci and the Mr. Boomtown, The Place clocks in at about 47 minutes, and can provide a little insight into his future as an actor. For now, the Drop Top Wop mastermind is probably still basking in the glory of his very productive past year, and rise to fame.
The Flare just appeared on Mike WiLL Made-It's tripped out video, "Perfect Pint," earlier this week alongside Kendrick Lamar and Rae Sremmurd.
Watch the film above, and revisit The Place mixtape below.