Gunna Laughs Off Fake Video of Him Being Chased Out of Atlanta Mall and Called 'Rat'
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The 'One Call' hitmaker appears to dismiss the clip of a man, who pretends to be him, getting harassed in a public place, while some are convinced that it's the rapper in the video.

AceShowbiz - Gunna is apparently undettered by a video that shows public's reactions to his supposed appearance in a mall. The rapper has responded after a prank video featuring someone who looks like him getting harassed goes viral.

A YouTube prankster unveiled the video earlier this week. Attempting to catch people's reaction to Gunna's public appearance, the YouTuber enlisted a man to dress like Wunna and pretend to be the hip-hop star.

In the clip, the fake Gunna dressed in an all-black outfit and kept his head down while two big men, who looked convincing enough to be Gunna's bodyguards, walked in front of him. Two other men pretended to be Gunna's friends and walked behind him.

After walking through the mall without clear direction for a while, the fake Gunna started to be verbally attacked by other visitors. He was chased out of the mall, with people shouting words like "rat" and "snitch."

Some mall shoppers were apparently convinced that the man in the video was Gunna, with some people even speculating that one of those yelling at him was Young Thug's brother.

Upon seeing the video, Gunna was seemingly not upset. Finding it amusing, he appeared to respond to the video by posting three laughing emojis without clarifying that it wasn't him in the clip.

Gunna was one of 28 persons associated with YSL who were charged in a 56-count RICO indictment back in May 2022. He was released in December of the same year after pleading 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.

Gunna and his legal team have maintained that he didn't snitch on his friends, including Young Thug, to regain his freedom. His lawyer Steve Sadow said in an Instagram post, "Gunna did not snitch to get out of jail. He has said nothing and is not cooperating. His plea statement cannot be used in court against any other defendant. So please stop spreading lies!!!"

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