Professionally known as Gucci Mane, rapper Radric Delantic Davis, 40, of Atlanta, Georgia, United States is currently in hot water. On April 12, 2020, which happens to be Easter, he took to Twitter to pray that his haters die of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).
Mixed martial artist Gerald “Hurricane” Harris, 40, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA was not happy about the tweet. In the comment section, he told Mane that he needed some online church services and a hug.
Harris did not get a reply from Mane. Instead, the rapper blocked the MMA fighter on Twitter on Easter.
Mane neither apologized for nor explained the controversial tweet. He has yet to take it down, as well.
The rapper was born to former U.S serviceman and power plant worker Ralph Everett Dudley and social worker and teacher Vicky Jean Davis on February 12, 1980, in Bessemer, Alabama, USA. As of April 11, 2020, the state listed 3,583 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 93 deaths related to the virus.
On the other hand, Harris was born on November 19, 1979 in Tulsa. As of April 11, 2020, Oklahoma reported 1,970 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 96 deaths related to the virus.
As an MMA fighter, Harris has been competing professionally since 2006. In 2010, he competed in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, winning three out of four fights in one year.
From April 2018 to March 2019, Harris competed in Bellator MMA. His most recent bout was at “C3 Fights 48” on November 23, 2019 in Newkirk, Oklahoma where he defeated Seth “The Polish Pistola” Baczynski, 38, of Apache Junction, Arizona, USA via unanimous decision.
Currently, Harris holds a professional MMA record of 26 wins, 8 losses and 1 draw. Watch one of his Bellator MMA bouts here: