Chief Keef and Young Thug React To Gucci Mane’s Release From Prison

Gucci Mane’s release from prison has drawn much praise from many artists around the industry, including 1017 Bricksquad artists Chief Keef and Young Thug.

Sosa welcomed Guwop home in a post that has since been deleted.

Thugger welcomed Gucci home in an IG post that read, “WelcomeHomeGuwop… Can’t wait to pull up on u slime!”

WelcomeHomeGuwop… Can't wait to pull up on u slime!

A photo posted by CESAR THE APE!!!!!!! (@thuggerthugger1) on

Thugger signed to Guwop’s 1017 Bricksquad, an Asylum/Atlantic imprint, in early 2013, according to Billboard.

Sosa, already signed to Interscope, announced he joined Gucci Mane’s imprint in May 2013.

The then-17-year-old Chicago native told fans he was taking his talents to Gucci Mane’s Bricksquad 1017.

Gucci confirmed news of the signing, writing, “Chief Keef newest member of Bricksquad 1017 bmg gbe mpa #turnup.”

Chief Keef retweeteed Gucci’s tweet with the confirming phrase, “SQUAD.”

With his new business move, Chief Keef wrote, “Smh Ima Seventeen Year Old Legend!”

Chief Keef excitingly tweeted his affiliation his new team.

“#WhatTimeItIs?1017,” he wrote.

Chief Keef and Gucci Mane released joint mixtape “Big Gucci Sosa” in 2014.