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Rapper Gunna Kicked Out Of Lenox Mall In Atlanta By Angry YSL Fans For Snitching

Rapper Gunna Kicked Out Of Lenox Mall In Atlanta By Angry YSL Fans For Snitching

Rapper Gunna is being canceled by Hip-Hop lovers after he testified in the RICO case that the YSL record label indeed is a criminal gang in the ongoing trial.

Normal grocery shopping for Gunna on Monday afternoon turned chaotic after he was chased out of Lenox Mall by angry YSL fans who say he is a snitch for testifying against his former friend Young Thug.

Gunna testified against YSL so he could avoid jail and have a better career, but it seems that is far from happening because Hip-Hop fans across the world abhor him for snitching and will hardly support him in any way.

Via Media Take Out;

Hip hop star Gunna is facing a career crisis. The rapper was recently released from jail, after admitting on the stand that his YSL record label, which is run by former friend Young Thug, is really a front for a criminal gang.

Hip hop fans across the world are claiming that Gunna’s testimony amounts to snitching, Media Take Out has learned.

The rapper is hoping to move past his alleged “snitching,” and hopes to go back to being an internationally known and respected recording artist.

On Monday, Gunna went to Lenox Mall in Atlanta – and was confronted by an angry mob of YSL fans, who screamed at the rapper, calling him a “snitch” and a “rat.”

Gunna is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is signed to Young Thug’s record label YSL Records, as well as 300 Entertainment and Atlantic Records. He released his debut studio album, Drip or Drown 2 in 2019 and followed it up with his second studio album Wunna in 2020, which debuted atop the Billboard 200. His third album DS4Ever was released in 2022, becoming his second consecutive number one album.

In May 2022, Gunna and Young Thug were among 28 persons associated with YSL who were charged in a 56-count Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) indictment filed by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. On May 11, 2022, Gunna turned himself in to authorities.

Gunna was denied bond, and his trial was scheduled to begin January 9, 2023.[ On October 13, 2022, He was again denied release from jail ahead of his January trial.

On December 14, 2022, Gunna pleaded guilty to a single charge of racketeering and was sentenced to five years in prison, with one year commuted to time served and the rest of the sentence suspended subject to probation conditions, including 500 hours of community service; he was released from jail the same day.

Gunna is working on resurrecting his career but that will take a while. Black folks’ obsession with destroying snitches and praising criminals is disgusting.

Here is a clip of Gunna getting chased out of Lenox Mall in Atlanta:

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