Rapper Gucci Mane Mysteriously Diagnosed With Ebola In Prison *Read His Reaction Here*

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ATLANTA – It has been reported that Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane, who is currently serving time in prison, has been diagnosed with Ebola. The situation is extremely odd as Gucci Mane has been in prison for a “long time already”, and there is “no clear explanation” of how he could’ve contracted the deadly disease.

Officials believe perhaps the EbolaVirus is now airborne and infecting people from miles away. “I can’t explain it” says the prison’s primary Doctor Arthur Wellington, “There is now way he could have contracted the disease unless there is another inmate who has passed on the disease, but even if that’s the case, we would have already been aware of the inmates disease, especially with Ebola since it is a very serious symptoms” finished Dr. Wellington

Gucci Mane has been taken to the nearest hospital and currently being treated. Officials are also carefully testing every inmate and officer in the hospital for the Ebolavirus. Reporters in Hazmat suits visited Gucci Mane to interview him asking “How did you find out you had Ebola?” with Gucci Mane responding “I was feeling really sick fam, vomiting everywhere, then they told me I had ‘Ebola’, and I didn’t know it was a disease, I thought they were just telling me i had “bolas” as in “balls” in spanish, and I was like hell yeah I do fam, but then I found out it was disease and I said aw hell naw bruh”. However, Gucci Mane did not cooperate with all reporters as he responded with “B*tch I might” to a reporter who rhetorically asked him if he had Ebola, as well as promoting his mixtape to the reporters.

However, Gucci Mane is expected to be cured from the disease very soon as he was diagnosed quite early. Stay tuned for more information on Gucci Mane.

Written by Pablo Reyes Jr

"Believe half of what you see and nothing you read online." - Pablo Reyes


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