Gucci Mane Collared For Traffic Violations... Lots of Traffic Violations

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Gucci Mane had a good time on the road in the ATL yesterday, according to All Hip Hop.

Taking after T.I., are we, Gucci? Both were arrested for traffic violations just months after doing time for a year. Who's next, 50 Cent?

Gucci, whose real name is Radric Davis, had a field day in his whip. He was arrested for "charged with driving on the wrong side of the road, running a red light or stop sign, damage to government property, obstruction, no license, no proof of insurance and other traffic charges," an Atlanta Police spokesman said.

To top it all off, when it came to getting arrested, Gucci wasn't havin' it so he tried to resist arrest and ended up getting pepper sprayed by the police. Way to go, champ. How do you mess up driving that badly? Gucci was brought into a hospital for a medical check up after the madness on the road. Was he rollin'? Bitch, he might be.

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