Wack was one of the first to accuse Gunna of tricking him Young Thug and the YSL crew follows suit his released from prison last month. The 29-year-old entered an Alford plea and pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering conspiracy for the sake of his freedom.
“He told,” said the controversial music manager during a clubhouse meeting in December. “Listen… you plead not guilty to a RICO and they let you go. He did something.”
In a studio session posted by Wack on his Instagram page on Tuesday (Jan. 17), he played through a new track by his artist Yung Magnificent and said that the hook (“Told the truth on the stand, he doesn’t lie on time“) was inspired by Gunna’s recent actions.
“Yo listen Instagram I’m in the studio and I hope I don’t sound like a hypocrite but Gunna inspired me,” said Wack 100. “I was inspired by my artist Yung Magnificent I told him how inspired I was by Gunna. And I know I sound like a hypocrite because I’ve walked on him. But these bars are what came from my inspiration.”
You can see the study excerpt of the issue below:
Lil Durk also seems to have been inspired to write some new bars in the wake of Gunna’s release. Monday (January 16) he shared a snippet of a new song he’s been working on, with lyrics that appeared to be aimed at the “Drip Too Hard” rapper.
“What happened to Virgil? He’ll probably tell/ I’m letting him go ’cause Timo ain’t selling/ Thanks 7 and Booka, I’m bragging about Melvin/ When lil boo and them mad ain’t nothing you can tell them / I can tell you what I did for the streets/ You got the papers, did it and made it/ I got to the clubhouse and got the steak.” Durk raps on the song.
Lil Baby and Meek Mill may have also unfollowed Gunna on Instagram as a result of his Alford plea. A search for Gunna’s name on Baby and Meek’s respective followers now comes up empty, as spotted by eagle-eyed fans.
Lil Baby was one of Gunna’s closest and most successful collaborators, with the duo collaborating on the platinum-certified Drip harder in 2018, as well as songs like “Chanel (Go Get It),” “Heatin Up” and “25K Jacket.”
While the backlash has been intense, Gunna insisted after his first release from prison that he did not snitch on anyone.
“Although I have agreed to be truthful at all times, I want to make it abundantly clear that I have NOT made any statements, NOT been interviewed, NOT cooperated, NOT agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in case and have absolutely NO intention of being involved in the lawsuit in any way,” Gunna shared WSB-TV last month.