Popp Hunna came scorching out of the gate when his “Adderall (Corvette Corvette)” track became a TikTok sensation. All of Popp’s momentum came to a screeching halt once he was hit with snitching allegations in regards to a murder he witnessed at the age of 14.
With paperwork surfacing of Popp Hunna speaking with police in late 2020, Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd and Lil Tjay voiced their disapproval and the 21-year-old has essentially been blackballed from the industry’s mainstream. Uzi even said he regretted doing the “Adderall” remix and allegedly wanted his verse taken off the song.
It’s been over a year since the snitching allegations began to bubble and Popp Hunna emerged to join DJ Akademiks’ Off the Record podcast for an episode on Wednesday (January 5) where he set the record straight about what went down and how he’s feeling since.
“Bro, I be wishing all the time that I never went through that shit,” he admitted. “Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no shit like that, bro. I was a kid, bro. Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no shit like that, bro. I seen some shit that a kid wasn’t supposed to see.
“And, bro, I gotta live with that. That’s gonna always be on my mind. I don’t even sleep, bro. I don’t go to sleep at night, bro. I do not sleep, bro. Every time I close my eyes, bro, I see that shit happening over and over and over and over and over again, bro. I barely even wanna have fun, bro. Even being a rapper, bro, after shows, I used to cry. After every show, bro.”
“Adderall (Corvette Corvette)” debuted at No. 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 with Lil Uzi Vert’s help. The viral track topped the Triller U.S. chart and landed on Popp Hunna’s Mud Baby 2020 project.
Listen to the podcast in full below.