What is Gucci Mane's net worth? Rapper says he won't do Verzuz battle unless paid a million dollars
Timbaland and Swizz Beatz's 'Verzuz', the Apple Music show which pitches rappers and R&B artists against one another in a head-to-head battle, has been immensely popular during the quarantine and lockdown period. Fans have actively participated in demanding who they want to see on the show. One such artist that fans are desperate to watch on 'Verzuz' is rapper Gucci Mane. But according to the rapper himself, he won't be making an appearance on the rap battle unless he's properly compensated. The 'Wake Up in the Sky' rapper tweeted, "Stop asking me about doing a 'Verzuz' battle unless they got a million dollars they scared of Wop #GuccimaneVsWhoever."
Stop asking me about doing a @verzuzonline battle unless they got a million dollars they scared of Wop. #GuccimaneVsWhoever 💨💨— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) October 29, 2020
How much is Gucci Mane worth?
Active in the rap game since 2005, the Atlanta rapper is worth $12M. He has amassed his wealth almost entirely through his music releases which consist of 14 studio albums, two collaborative albums, five compilation albums, one soundtrack, seven extended plays (EPs), 74 mixtapes and 99 singles (including 52 as a featured artist) and 10 promotional singles.
His 2008 album, titled 'The State vs. Radric Davis', was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His 2017 release 'Mr. Davis' has also been certified gold by the RIAA. His latest release, the 2019 record 'Woptober II', debuted at #9 on the Billboard 200 selling 31,000 album-equivalent units in the first week.
His most successful track, 'I Get the Bag' featuring Migos and is certified four times platinum while 'Both' featuring Drake and 'Wake Up in the Sky' featuring Bruno Mars and Kodak Black are three times platinum. The tracks 'Wasted' featuring Plies/OJ Da Juiceman, 'Spotlight' featuring Usher, 'Lemonade' and 'Champions' with Kanye West, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Yo Gotti, Quavo and Desiigner are all platinum-certified. His most successful track has been 'Black Beatles' with Rae Sremmurd, which topped the Billboard Hot 100 and is certified six-times platinum.
According to Celebrity Networth, in 2009, Gucci made $430,000 from his album 'The State Vs. Radric Davis'. In 2010, he made $175,000 from sales of 'The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted'. In 2013, he made $100,000 for appearing in the movie 'Spring Breakers'.