Gucci Mane or Gucci Insane? Five So Icy Moments of Mental Irregularity

​Looks like Atlanta nimrod-savant trap-rapper Gucci Mane is heading back to jail.

After a long history of incarceration, Gucci will be heading back to the clink for pushing a woman out of a moving vehicle

If you haven't figured it out yet: Gucci don't give a fuck. And Gucci don't have a fuck to give, because he's crazy! All that rapping about being a weirdo comes from a place of true mental irregularity. And after the jump, Crossfade has got some of Gucci's greatest, completely insane "hits," literal and otherwise.

5. Gucci Mane Punches Female ATL Rapper Mac Breezy In the Face

This clip of Gucci straight-up sluggin' Atlanta-based female MC (and former Gucci girlfriend) Mac Breezy foreshadowed the violent charges that landed him back behind bars.

4. Gucci Mane Gets Wasted and Drives On the Wrong Side of the Road

No degree of iciness can save even our beloved Gucci from the ever-present threat of a wimpy rapper arrest. In addition to running a red light, damaging government property, and driving without a license or proof of insurance, Gucci was so faded he was driving on the wrong side of the road.

3. Gucci Mane Isn't Sure Which Drugs He's Been Doing

"I think it was marijuana," Gucci told reporters after a failed drug test violated his probation and extended his 2010 sentence.

2. Gucci Mane Is Committed to Loony Bin

Gucci started 2011 off with a bang by getting himself committed to a mental institution.

1. Gucci Mane Leaves Loony Bin and Promptly Tattoos an Ice Cream Cone On His Face

And then ol' Gucci Gucci got a dessert-themed facial tattoo upon his release for the crazy house. So icy.

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