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The rapper was freed from Georgia's Fulton County Jail on May 12 and is planning to embrace 'a new attitude towards life.'
Johnnie Cabbell insisted he hasn't received any type of correspondence from Gucci Mane concerning the dismissal.
On Wednesday, May 12, the rapper would breathe the air of freedom for the first time since he was put behind bars in November last year.
The rapper who is currently staying in prison is confident that his new imprint, 1017 Brick Squad Records Inc., will be successful.
The concert promoters are seeking $25,000 in damages from the imprisoned rapper for allegedly failing to perform two concerts in Pennsylvania last year.
The mixtape will be released in April and feature Nicki Minaj, Trey Songz and Lil' Kim among other big stars.