Rapper Gucci Mane pleaded guilty to two counts of battery on Tuesday and will serve six months in a Georgia jail.

Mane, best known for his involvement in Lemonade and Steady Mobbin, plead guilty to pushing 36-year old Diana Graham out of a moving Hummer in an Atlanta suburb in January.

Mane, 31, has had his share of legal problems over the years, including a murder charge in 2005 that was later dropped.

The rapper shot and killed a man in 2005 but claimed self-defense and the district attorney dropped the charges due to insufficient evidence. In 2008, he violated his probation by completing only a sliver of his assigned community services hours and was sentenced to a year in jail.

Most recently in 2011, a Georgia judge ordered him to a psychiatric hospital after his laywers filed a plea claiming he was unable to go forward and/or intelligent participate in the probation reovication hearing.

In addition to his six months jail sentence and several months of probation once he is released, the judge ordered Gucci Mane to complete 12 weeks of anger management classes and pay more than $8,000 in fines and hospital bills.