American rapper Gunna has been released from prison and released a statement following his release.
The famous American rapper, known as ‘Pushin B’ and member of the YSL group, Sergio Kitchens, better known as Gunna, issued a press release following his release from prison.
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The rapper has been released from prison in the US after he agreed to enter a guilty plea to a gang-related charge. After his release, Gunna issued a statement through defense attorney Steve Sadow, saying that he entered Alford’s plea which is a guilty plea in which the defendant maintains his innocence but admits that the prosecution’s evidence would likely lead to a guilty verdict if brought to trial. .
Speaking about his affiliation with YSL, Gunna has stated that when he became associated with YSL in 2016, he did not consider it a “gang” but more like a group of people with common interests and artistic aspirations.
With many members of the black community flagging the rapper as a snitch, the statement clarified that he was not interviewed or testified. you read; “I want to be absolutely clear that I made no statements, did not conduct an interview, did not cooperate, and did not agree to testify or be a witness for or against any party to the case and I have absolutely no intention of getting involved in the trial process in any way.”
Additionally I mentioned; “I chose to end my RICO case at Alfred’s urging, and end my personal ordeal by publicly acknowledging my affiliation with YSL.
Guna is charged with one count of extortion. According to the indictment, he allegedly received stolen property and was in possession of drugs—including methamphetamine, marijuana, and hydrocodone—with intent to distribute. Arrested on May 11, 2022.