Gucci Mane To Host Press Conference At 12:01 AM

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Gucci Mane will address the media tomorrow morning at 12:01 AM (May 13th) when he is released from the Fulton County Jail. Representatives for the rapper confirmed with that the rapper will hold the press conference at the jail, as soon as he is freed.Gucci will discuss a number of issues brought up while he was incarcerated over the past year, for violating his probation, by using cocaine and other drugs. Last week, the rapper announced he had severed his ties with former manager Debra Antney and Mizay Ent as well as booking agency Hitt Afta Hitt and the company’s owner Johnnie Cabbell. Both Antney and Cabbell are named in a number of lawsuits in multiple states, for allegedly booking Gucci Mane and taking deposits, even though the rapper was heading to jail to serve the one-year sentence. Yesterday, Antney called out Cabbell in an interview with and distanced herself from Cabbell, while wishing Gucci Mane continued success.“Johnnie Cabbell, I stood there with yo raggedy a**. I didn’t fall down,” Antney told “I tried to back you. I tried keep it 100 with you. But now, you violated," she said. “You go online and you talk that s**t like you didn’t do nothin’. N***a, I don’t book shows. Money don’t come to me first. I’m not thirsty for money like that. People know when they call my phone I shut you down and tell em ‘no.’.”Johnnie Cabbell denied all allegations against him in a statement released to last week and claimed he was still acting as the official booking agent for Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj.“While it is being widely reported that my booking agency Hitt Afta Hitt is no longer working with Gucci Mane, I have yet to receive any type of correspondence from Gucci, the label or anyone else that supports that,” Johnnie Cabbell told in a statement today (May 5th). “I have known and worked with Gucci for over a decade. I have seen his career grow from being a local phenomenon into a household name and I feel like I helped play a minor role in his success.”