Lil Durk stopped by DJ Akademiks’ Off The Record podcast to discuss the high-profile trial involving the two Atlanta rappers. Upon being asked about Gunna’s plea deal and subsequent release from prison, Durk makes it clear that he believes Gunna’s luck came at a cost, and it was the cost of his friends and business colleagues.
“That man told,” Durk told AK.
“You should’ve went in there and kept your mouth closed,” he continued.
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Lil Durk believes Gunna snitched on Young Thug: "You should’ve kept your mouth closed" https://t.co/52WCdDsvQr
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In another segment of the interview, the rapper expressed his disdain for “rats,” and even recalled the situation that landed his father behind bars. Due to it, Durk feels that half of his life was “stolen” from him, however, it made him the man he is today.
It would not be the first time Durk has spoken about Gunna. A snippet of an unreleased track he posted to Instagram earlier this year poked fun at the “Top Off” rapper. In addition to Lil Durk’s apparent diss, Lil Baby and Meek Mill appeared to unfollow Gunna on Instagram around the same time.
Last May, Young Thug was arrested with Gunna and 26 others on racketeering charges related to Young Slime Life, which prosecutors allege is a criminal street gang that claims affiliation with the Bloods.
In December 2022, Gunna and his legal team entered an Alford plea where he pleaded guilty to one charge, as it was in his best interest to do so as far as his freedom is concerned.
As a result, Gunna was sentenced to five years with one year served. The four-year sentence left was reportedly “suspended” so that the rapper could serve the remainder through community service.
Despite rumors that he snitched, Gunna made it clear in a statement around that time that he had not cooperated with anyone.