Gucci Mane Spends a Whopping $50K on Wedding Invitations


Gucci Mane Spends a Whopping $50K on Wedding Invitations


The 37-year-old rapper has provided fancy invitations, which feature Svarovski crystals, to a number of his famous friends.
Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir's upcoming nuptials will undoubtedly be a lavish ceremony. As the wedding is getting closer, the couple has evidently sent invitations to their close friends and family. And according to TMZ, the rapper, whose real name is Radric Davis, has coughed up tens of thousands of dollars to give some of their guests invitations they will never forget.

With a mirror-inspired booklet and multiple Swarovski crystals inside, the expensive booklet costs them $1,000 apiece. The total cost of the invitations is reportedly $50,000. Inside, the words "The Pleasure of Your Company Is Requested at the Wedding of Keyshia Ka'oir & Radric Davis" is written.

There are reportedly a hundred people on the guest list with plus-ones, but only half of them get the fancy invitations. Most of the privileged people are Guwop's celeb pals such as Drake, Rihanna, The Weeknd, Selena Gomez, Pharrell Williams, P. Diddy, Rick Ross, Migos and Solange Knowles among others.

The million-dollar wedding is set to take place at The Four Seasons hotel in Miami, Florida on October 17. The upcoming event will be filmed for BET's reality TV series. The rapper will get $400k and Keyshia will get $250k for the televised nuptials. Additionally, the network will cover the cost of their wedding, which is said to be around $1 million.

The upcoming wedding is not the only good news for Gucci Mane. A year after being released from jail, the rapper will officially be a free man on September 19. In a legal document obtained by The Fader, Guwop's probation is terminated two years early.

In May 2016, Gucci was released from the Federal Correctional Institution in Terre Haute. He had been serving a three-year sentence after pleading guilty to aggravated assault following an attack on a fan in Atlanta nightclub in 2013. Upon his release, he spent a few months on house arrest before beginning his time on probation.


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