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Gucci Mane Addresses Government Clone Accusations

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Gucci Mane, the famed Atlanta rapper, has been released from jail six months early, and he appears to be facing rumors he has returned as a government clone.

The root of the rumor comes from his appearance on a Kanye West song, "Champions" in which the lyrics "Now that Gucci's home, it's over for you government clones" could be interpreted as suggesting Gucci himself is a government clone.

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Even Drake is getting in on the action, posing for a photo with Gucci and posting it on Instagram with the caption, "That ain't no clone...big Gwop home."


Fans have taken to Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) and Instagram to post their speculations.

Some people are taking the allegations pretty seriously, calling out their Twitter peers for their mind-numbing, sheep-like behavior.


Gucci addressed the allegations earlier this week on XXL. He appears not too bothered by the talk, stating, "I'm hearing that Gucci is a clone. I will neither support nor deny those accusations."

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