Gunna has — rightly or wrongly — been ostracized by many of his Hip Hop contemporaries for allegedly being a snitch. But, recently, he’s realizing he’s also being ostracized by the culture as a whole.

A fan took to Twitter to post a video on Sunday (June 4) from a club in Atlanta, GA. And though the fan didn’t make clear where the club was or what was going on, what’s clear is that the once-hopping club came to a standstill when a Gunna track came on.

“Aye yall the whole club came to a COMPLETE STOP when dey played Gunna [laughing face emoji],” he wrote. “DAT MF WAS THUMPIN B4 DAT MF CAME ON.”

Check out the video below.

Gunna (real name Sergio Kitchens) was released from jail in December after pleading guilty to a sole racketeering conspiracy charge.

He was sentenced to five years with one year served due to the time he spent behind bars after being arrested last May as part of the sweeping indictment against YSL, which prosecutors allege is a “criminal street gang.”

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The DS4Ever rapper has faced an onslaught of snitching allegations since pleading out, but has insisted from day one that he didn’t snitch on anyone.

Despite his claims, rappers continue to lob the “rat” accusation against Gunna, with BandMan Kevo being the latest to accuse the Atlanta native of the slight.

The Chicago rapper took to his Instagram stories on Saturday (June 3) to promote the release of the video for “Alone,” which is his new single with the Atlanta-based rapper, and said that the official visuals would be dropping next week.

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But instead of showing a picture of the two rappers together, BandMan Kevo put a rat face emoji over Gunna’s face, sending the message that he’s a “rat.”

This isn’t the first time that BandMan Kevo and Gunna have gone at one another.

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Back in April, the “So Much Smoke” rapper demanded a $5 million payment from Gunna after the Atlanta rapper allegedly shelved a collaboration they had recorded together.

Kevo initially said back in February that he had paid Gunna $250,000 for a feature before he was arrested and later released in the YSL RICO case.

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The self-proclaimed Finesse God admitted that he himself had gotten finessed and publicly demanded Gunna refund him the $250,000 for not delivering on the feature, threatening to take him to court if the money wasn’t returned.

“I paid gunna last year for a feature 250k And months later he got a caught case which put my feature and everything else got put on hold, just for him to get released and snitch[.] I can’t do a song with dude I need my bread back asap and if they cap im going big lawsuit,” Kevo wrote on Twitter at the time.