Gucci Mane Heckled By Anti-Fur Activists At NYC Book Signing

Protesters interrupt the public event to yell "shame" at the Atlanta rapper/author.

(AllHipHop News) Gucci Mane is currently promoting his memoir. While in New York City to sign copies of The Autobiography of Gucci Mane and take pictures with fans, the Atlanta-based rapper was met with protesters at the Barnes & Nobles.

Video of the incident shows a man walk up to Gucci and ask him about going vegan. Moments later, a woman joined the man, and they began yelling "Shame on Gucci. Animal abuser" before being removed by security.

According to TMZ, the activists were part of the New York Animal Defenders. They apparently took issue with Gucci Mane wearing furs.

The Mr. Davis album creator seemed unbothered by the situation. Gucci barely flinched during the anti-fur activists' demonstration, and he continued to rejoice the release of his book on social media.

"Off probation today and my book is in stores NOW! What a day!!!!" wrote Gucci on Instagram.

In a separate post, he stated, "On jet headed to tour in Ohio leaving NYC thanks NYC for showing love and supporting me at book signing."

The Autobiography of Gucci Mane is currently at #5 on the Amazon Best Seller List.