Gunna has aired out some of his innermost thoughts on a new song snippet which was shared by a close friend of his on a now-expired Instagram story.
In the IG story, Gunna’s friend Brittany Reshun shared a snippet of the track, which features Gunna’s all-too familiar harmonious tone. Gunna’s brief lyrics were accompanied by lush production as well.
“Heard the rumors said I’m packing up and flying out/We ain’t going nowhere I’m staying here, gone fight it out/I meant like f**k it/Let’s just give these n***as dark clouds/Been gone for months And I just keep seeing these dark clouds,” Gunna raps.
Gunna’s name has continued to be associated with snitching since his release from prison after he pleaded guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge during a December 2022 hearing. He was originally sentenced to five years with one year served in prison where he had been since he was detained in May 2022 as part of the sweeping YSL indictment against Young Thug and his label.
Boosie recently went on VLAD TV and spoke about his disdain for Gunna after court footage surfaced of him speaking with the judge during his hearing.
“They should remix his shit, ‘Yes ma’am.’ I been waiting on a song,” Boosie said of Gunna’s tone during the hearing. “Man these n-ggas answering with respect! They rattin’ with respect! We don’t even tell our elders ‘Yes ma’am’ like that no more. You don’t hear people saying ‘Yes ma’am’ like they usually do. But you tell a fuckin’ prosecutor, ‘Yes ma’am.’ That made it even worse. You put mayonnaise on the fuckin’ sandwich.”
In February, rumors started to circulate about Gunna planning a departure from YSL to find a new deal, according to Akademiks.
“The label side, a lot of people believe that Gunna is going to be seeking to leave YSL just because the relationship is fractured,” Ak explained.
“It’s just no way you go through this and come out on the other side where one guy is apparently looking at decades in jail and you came out in six months with a bad bitch. It’s probably not gonna work.”
Young Thug is currently waiting for a jury to be selected for his RICO trial, which is scheduled to start next month. The trial is expected to last for at least six to nine months.