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Posted at 6:49 PM ET, 01/13/2011

In other news: Gucci Mane released from mental health facility, gets ice cream cone tattoo on face

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Gucci Mane, 2011. (Courtesy of Jason Murray)

Fresh out of a short court-ordered stay in a mental facility, Gucci Mane walked into an Atlanta tattoo parlor Wednesday and had an ice cream cone etched onto his face. Three scoops, no less, according to the photo the proud tattoo artist tweeted. Why that particular dessert treat? His rep told Rolling Stone the rapper has used that imagery frequently to symbolize a "cool as ice" philosophy, "as in, 'I'm so icy, I'll make ya say Brr.' " A judge last week shipped Gucci off for evaluation after he pleaded he was "incompetent" to participate in a probation hearing.

By The Reliable Source  | January 13, 2011; 6:49 PM ET
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