September 13, 2013: The police had taken my pistol the day before without heavy arms. I been stockpiling weapons at the studio. Glocks, MAC-10s, ARs fitted with scopes and hundred-round monkey nuts. All out in the open for easy access. I was in Tony Montana mode, bracing for a final standoff. I didn't know when it would happen, who it would be, or what would force its occurrence, but one thing I did know: something bad was going to happen and it was going to happen soon. I looked around my studio. The Brick Factory. It seemed like just yesterday this had been the spot. Everybody would be over here. At all hours of the day for days on end. But now the Brick Factory looked more like an armory than a place where music was made I'd seen the looks on people's faces when they came through. My was studio no longer a fun place to be. Onetime regulars were dropping like flies until I was the only one left. Alone.
The Autobiography of Gucci Mane
Gucci Mane,Neil Martinez-Belkin