Gunna may have gotten his physical freedom back after taking a plea deal in the YSL RICO trial earlier this year, but that doesn’t mean he’s free from criticism. In fact, the “Pushin P” hitmaker is being judged more harshly than ever before. Mostly for allegedly snitching on Young Thug, which he’s continuously denied. Many former friends and collaborators have turned a cold shoulder Gunna’s way, and Boosie Badazz even recently said that he wouldn’t work with the Georgia native, even in exchange for $1 billion.
Elsewhere, Lil Gotit ranted on Instagram about Gunna last week, markedly declaring that “it’s over” for the 29-year-old. It seems the former may have been right, as a video that’s gone viral on Twitter shows an ATL club coming to a standstill when the Wunna’s verse comes on during 21 Savage’s “Can’t Leave Without It.” When sharing the clip on IG recently, the OP wrote, “Aye y’all, DA WHOLE CLUB came to a complete STOP WHEN DEY PLAYED GUNNA 😂😂😂.”
ATL isn’t Feeling Gunna
“DAT MF WAS THUMPIN’ [BEFORE] dat mf came on 😂😂. I’M CRYINNNNN,” they continued. From behind the camera, the man recording says, “The whole club stopped when they played Gunna,” as he wanders the venue, showing people calmly sitting everywhere as music loudly blares around them. “They do not f*ck with Gunna in Atlanta. Look at this sh*t. Look how dead it is. This motherf*cker was just jumping like hotcakes n*gga. This sh*t dead than a motherf*cker.”
Much of the disdain around the DS4EVER artist is obviously regarding his plea deal. However, he was recently accused of dissing Lil Baby and Lil Durk on his latest single, which hit DSPs this past weekend. The southern star has denied throwing shade at the former, but social media has still begged to differ. Have you heard Gunna’s new “bread & butter” song yet? If not, tap in at the link below and check back in later for more hip-hop/pop culture news updates.