Gucci Mane Faces Backlash After Tweeting: I Pray My Haters Die Of Coronavirus 

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Gucci Mane Faces Backlash After Tweeting: I Pray My Haters Die Of Coronavirus

Gucci Mane may have taken a tweet too far from over the weekend (April 12th), seemingly wishing for additional deaths atop of the thousands who’s lives have already been taken by the deadly COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

On Sunday, the 40-year-old rapper took to his Twitter to post his usual early morning motivational tweet. However, this week, the Atlanta rapper took it a step further wishing death by asking for his “haters,” to contract the deadly disease.

Gucci shared a similar post on Instagram while he also  used this controversial message to celebrate the Easter holiday.

Soon after, Gucci faced online backlash – some noting that it was in bad taste, and others pointing out that the timing couldn’t have been worse, as he made the comment on Easter.

Typically, Gucci shares a much more positive outlook on Twitter prior to his insensitivity tweet from Sunday. In fact, just last week Gucci posted a few motivating tweets that seem polar opposites to coronavirus tweet.

At the time of writing his controversial tweet, over a half a million cases have been confirmed with more than 20,000 American deaths have been accounted for by the deadly pandemic.

While millions of Americans are under a “Stay at Home,” orders from coast-to-coast, more than 100,000 deaths are expected in the U.S., according to reports.

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Authored by: Gregory Molette