Gunna explains footage from Crime Stoppers that has gone viral: “I never stopped a crime. Never’

After abandoning his new track produced by Turbo “Wunna” Gunna join the Breakfast Club the crew for a virtually conducted interview that saw the frequency Young thug collaborator dealing with everything from a clip to stop the crime that hit the headlines last year until how much money he thinks will be lost COVID-19[female[feminine display cancellations.

Speaking on the images that were shared late last year in the middle of Tec Publicly reported issues With the Thug’s Spider clothing line, Gunna confirmed that it is him in the video, although he says that it is not of criminal origin.

“I don’t know what this is about. Crime stopper, what? I’ve never stopped a crime. Never,” said Gunna around 12:35 p.m. in the video above. Noting that it was him in the video, Gunna continued while adding some context to the situation.

“Yes, it was me, but he was not a crime arrestor,” he said. “I don’t know what the hell [saying], because I was in no way or nothing. … “Oh who did you reject?” I have never been in any case. See what i’m saying But you know, n *** like, it can be – coming back to this Internet shit, I don’t really see that because the motherfuckers don’t know. I’m really from the street. Where I come from like, if you sneak, bruh, this shit is in the paperwork, this shit is in a document. “

Per Gunna, his cousin is currently serving a life sentence for murder because “another n *** went to court and said my cousin did, but my cousin doesn’t did not. “

And on the subject of COVID-19, Gunna said around 1:50 that he had missed about $ 7 million due to the industry’s general pause on traditional touring methods. He is anxious, however, to put a grateful new prospect to good use once the industry begins to return to normal.

“I just want to live my life to the fullest because you never know what can happen … No one has planned that,” he said. “We don’t know what’s going to happen the next day. We don’t know what’s going to happen next. It just made me think of, like cherishing my family and cherishing your life and cherishing your blessings.”

Elsewhere, Gunna discussed Thug’s involvement with his new Wunna album – released on Friday – and how he hits it regularly to get feedback on creative decisions. “As much as I grow [as an artist], it came from Thug, “he said.

And about 11 minutes later, he briefly addressed Thug’s recent round trips with French Montana. Gunna told fans that, despite how things could appear online, it was probably never that bad for the two artists.

“We have all had careers,” he noted, later offering general advice on how to move from a smaller platform to one large enough to provide constant feedback from fans and critics.

“You have to be firm,” he said. “That’s why some people with their careers, it’s just starting to take off, because it’s just shit around you. Not even just yourself. So you shouldn’t let this shit reach you.”

See the full interview above. Gunna’s new “Gunna” video will be released on Tuesday:


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