Gunna Reflects on RICO Case on New Song 'Bread and Butter', Slams Other Rappers Who Switch on Him

The 'Pushin P' hitmaker, who has been accused of snitching after he pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to violate RICO Act, also pledges his allegiance to Young Thug on the song.

AceShowbiz - Gunna gets personal on his new song. On "bread & butter", which marks his first release since his prison stint, the "Pushin P" hitmaker reflects on his RICO case while slamming other rappers who switch on him.

"F**k I pay the lawyers all those mills for?/ Just so I won't have to say a word to dodge a railroad," the 29-year-old spits. "Never gave no statement or agreed to take no stand on 'em/ On whatever you n***as on, then trust me, I'ma stand on it/ Lawyers and the D.A. did some sneaky s**t, I fell for it/ On my Ps and Qs because this time, I be prepared for it."

Gunna also suggests that he keeps loyal to Young Thug, who is still currently behind bars. "Never f**ked a n***a, always stayed solid/ Kept it real with n***as, never lied and always stay honest." He goes on, "Love my bro so much, I never change on 'em/ Hunna Wunna goin' do the work, bring you the damn profits."

The "DS4Ever" artist later calls out those who have turned their back amid his snitching allegations. "Peepin' s**t, I'm seein' n***as fall back/ You b***h-a** n***as got me as the topic of the chat/ You switched on me when you know you in business with a rat/ And the boy that's like your brother, and nobody speak on that," he rhymes.

"The city see it clearly if I had to state a fact/ You still f**k with a n***a that done got yo' partner wacked," Gunna continues. "Had these n***as talkin', only knew 'em 'cause of Slatt/ You rap boys need more streams, heard he put my name on wax."

Gunna has been accused of snitching after he pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act on December 14. He took an Alford plea, meaning that he entered a guilty plea to the one charge while maintaining his innocence on that same charge as a form of self-preservation. He was sentenced to five years in prison, but it was commuted to time served.

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