Gucci Mane Drops 'Can't Handle Me' Music Video Ft. Young Dolph and Young Scooter
Gucci Mane has released the music video for his collaboration with Young Dolph and Young Scooter, "Can't Handle Me". Directed by Cricket, the four-minute visuals mostly features Gucci spitting his bars while hanging out with his friends.
To keep things interesting, the video also shows some violent scenes from classic movies like "American Gangster" and "Boyz N the Hood". The clip wraps up with the words "Free Gucci" flashing on the screen.
"Can't Handle Me" appears in "The State vs. Radric Davis II: The Caged Bird Sings", Gucci's latest album which was released in late December. It serves as a sequel to his sixth album, 2009's "The State vs. Radric Davis".
Gucci, who last year faced everything from drug addiction woes to an arrest for carrying a gun and weed to huge probation violation troubles, was charged in a U.S. federal court in early December. The rapper, whose real name is Radric Davis, is facing up to 20 years in prison.
Gucci Mane's "Can't Handle Me" (feat. Young Dolph and Young Scooter) music video
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