If a man does not have the sauce, then he is lost. But the same man can be lost in the sauce.— Gucci Mane
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I stay higher than giraffe pussy
I learned that everybody is not your friend.
You have to watch who you associate with and surround yourself with positive things and people who want to do something positive.
I'm satisfied and proud of the things I did - even the bumps and the bruises that I've had on the way. You fall down, you get up, you brush yourself off and you keep going. And that's what we're doing.
I don't give a damn how you feel about me, I sip lean pure codeine and I don't give a damn what you say about me.
I'm so high, it's so lonely up here
I'm icy, I'm icy. So icy, so icy.
The way I think I should stay out of trouble is by stayin' busy.
With idle time comes a lot of biz, so the more my work load is heavy, I'll have no time to get into any trouble or makin' dis tracks or get into conversation about any other rappers.
I hope my life is a testimony to show people no matter what you go through, how many hurdles are placed in front of you, how many bumps and bruises you get, to pick yourself up and be resilient and keep on trucking.
A lot of times when you keep it real with somebody, you can't expect them to keep it real with you. In this industry people just want to be famous and they forget how to keep it real and they forget to give credit to the people who helped them get to where they at.
There's a lot of people scared of me, and I can't blame them.
They call me crazy so much I think I'm starting to believe them.
As nervous as I am to pick up a water bottle, that's how nervous I am to perform. My confidence is very high. I really enjoy going up, I feel like it's my birthday everyday that I have to go up there.
Always watch your back - when I was fourteen I got a tattoo of an eye on the back of my neck, so I could say I was always watchin' my back.
I'm a big bike fan - my homies got Harleys and all kind of choppers - but to be honest I'm scared to ride motorcycles like that.
A lot of people say if they could go back in time they would not change anything. But, to be honest with you, I like it and I don't like it. I like the fact that all I went through as a youngster made me a great man, but just goin' through what I went through - I wouldn't wanna go through that again. I wouldn't wish that on nobody.
I'm not from the heart of Atlanta, I'm from the Eastern outskirts.
Stone Mountain is the town - Gambino is from there, Danger Mouse is from there. So there's a lot more greenery, lakes and a mountain you can climb everyday - all kinds of stuff that I'm into. I wear sandals, or a harness - I'm prepared to be outdoors because that's just how I am.
I would collaborate with James Franco as a rapper any day.
I feel like I'm a trendsetter. I try to always stay on the edge of everything I do, whether it be music, fashion, film. I just like to stay abreast of what's going on. What's going on in the street and what's going on in the hood I put in my music and I feel like a lot of people follow that.
I'm just a careful person around wheels and stuff like that.
I try to be as cautious as I can, cause I lost friends to motorcycle accidents and car accidents. So I don't ever play around anything like that.
I try to take a couple of young guys under my wing and tell them what I've learned, because you can't teach nobody if you don't know anything.
I decided I was gonna call myself cause Gucci Mane cause that was my father's name. His nickname was Gucci Mane. That's what my grandmother called my father. People would call me Gucci Mane every now and then, but honestly, that was his name.
I had given thought to acting, but I never really had a good enough opportunity or a character who made sense and paralleled my life a little bit. I feel like I'm one of the poster boys for a bad guy in a movie. I feel like I'm a good person to play a bad guy in a movie. I can say that.
I usually record all through the night, but I'm known for waking up early in the morning. Even if I had recorded till 3 or 4 in the morning I might wake up at 9 or 10. I never sleep till 1 o clock.
My own momma turned her back on me, and that's my momma.
There's a little exhaust pipe leaking gasoline, and that gasoline is how good your music is, the gasoline is how you have relationships with people.
A lot that was happening in 2005, 2006, good and bad, the beats reflected it.
It was a lot of money around. People was making music to throw money to.
Me personally, I come from very, very humble beginnings - little, small town in Alabama, you know, staying at my granddaddy house. We really didn't have nothing.
Unfortunately I've been to jail a couple times.
Anytime I come in it's difficult to make music, write songs.
I go to the club just like a normal person.
I might go to the studio, but I go everywhere like a normal person would.
I ball all through the winter and I stunt all through the summer.
I feel like if I show people how good I'm doing with myself, then it'll bring people to want me to manage them as well.
I might be ugly, but my cars are real pretty.
I will keep on hurdling and keep on hustling.
It feels like all my hard work is getting recognized. It makes me work even harder.
Girls are like buses, miss one, next fifteen, one comin.
I did some things to some people that was downright evil.
Is it karma coming back to me - so much drama.
When I wanted to be professionally known as a rapper I said I wanna take the moniker Gucci Mane. But all the people in my hood, not even my closest friends but everybody in Atlanta, calls me Guwop. I didn't start it. I can't put my finger on how it spread. I know it started from my boys but then everybody who I collaborate picked up on it and they'd say it to me.
I believe I can make all the money I've missed. But I can't regain the time with fans and family.
I'll like to tell all the people who wrote me and said a prayer for me, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Before I make an action, think about the consequences. ... Any decision I make is a heavy decision.
For me to be where I'm at now - you know what I'm saying? - a multimillionaire and to help other people be multimillionaires - I'm so proud.
I'm not a fan of anybody music who I feel like a sucka.
I don't listen to you. They play you in the club, you can have the #1 jam, but if I know your character, how can I listen to your music?
I take responsibility for the times I was arrested and the things that I did.
Me being 33 now, I look back on those times and I wish that a lot of things I didn't do. I wish I could have back because I see how much I influence people. People wanna follow in my footsteps and I wish that I can now do more positive things, and that back then I'd done more positive things.
A trapper but this rappin got me going places you'll never go!
When I might be on a business trip, a lot of people are partying and they may be drunk or under the influence of something that I'm not under the influence of, and that might influence their actions. I'm not even blaming them, but being in the club and not knowing what everybody's motives are, I have to take precautions damn near every week, especially when I go out of town.
Don't never drop your head. Don't never feel like you counted out.
That fame monster's a fool, man. It really is.
I just want to let everyone know I'm not a murderer.
I feel like you don't have to go through jail, that's not part of bein' a man.
My goal is to drop 10 projects in 2013.
All albums. I gotta do it. I know the 10 projects I want to drop.