AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian further shows how serious she is when it comes to helping Gunna free from jail. The reality TV star took to her Instagram account to respond to reports that the rapper, who was arrested in RICO case, filed paperwork for a 3rd bond hearing.
"Gunna has reportedly been dropped from any violence acts and hasn't been named by any of the witnesses," "The Kardashians" star wrote on Instagram Story on Friday, September 30. "He's spent 141 days in jail so far and will have a 3rd attempt at bond soon."
Alongside the message, Kim also posted an Instagram post which caption read, "FREE GUNNA."
People quickly applauded Kim for advocating for Gunna's release. "You cant hate on her. She want everyone free," one user said. "hate if you want to but she might be the one to get him out," another person wrote.
"Ok Kimmy turning it around…she knows what she's doing!" someone else added with a person simply commenting, "Kim-possible." Another fan raved, "We can say alllllll we want to say about her, but this girl is a good person."
Following Gunna's arrest in May, Kim was among those who publicly called for his release. In July, the SKIMS founder showed support for the "YSL" rapper, whose real name is Sergio Kitchens, in a tweet which read, "#FreeGunna." She also added the emojis "Free" and "P," in reference to the artists song "pushin P".
Gunna turned himself in to the Fulton County Sheriff's Office in May. He was later charged with one count of conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Following the arrest, Gunna's attorneys Donald F. Samuel, John A. Garland and Kristen W. Novay released a statement in which they claimed that their client "is innocent."
Shutting down the authorities' claim that YSL Record, whose founder Young Thug was also arrested, is not a record label but a criminal street gang, the statement continued, "The indictment falsely portrays his music as part of criminal conspiracy. Mr. Kitchens, an entertainer, and philanthropist, created the first ever local free in-school grocery and clothing store feeding over 400 children weekly, and nationally sponsored giveaways for victims of disasters and food shortages. Mr. Kitchens has been an advocate for his community, and it is our privilege to advocate for him."