It appears the self-proclaimed Finesse God got finessed as he publicly called out Gunna for not delivering the feature and jabbed the YSL rhymer for his alleged snitching. Kevo is also threatening to take Gunna back to court if he doesn’t return the cash.
“I paid gunna last year for a feature 250k And months later he got a caught case which put my feature and everything else got put on hold , just for him to get released and snitch I can’t do a song with dude I need my bread back asap and if they cap im going big lawsuit,” he wrote.
I paid gunna last year for a feature 250k
And months later he got a caught case which put my feature and everything else got put on hold , just for him to get released and snitch 🤦🏾♂️I can't do a song with dude I need my bread back asap and if they cap im going big lawsuit💰
— BANDMAN KEVO Tha Finesse God (@BandManKevo) February 7, 2023
Many fans trolled Kevo in his replies and called him out for changing his tune from a month ago when he claimed Gunna wasn’t snitching but using the plea system to his advantage in an interview earlier this year with SayCheeseTV.
“A plea agreement is nothing. That don’t mean you snitched. He could possibly snitch, but he could possibly finesse. For instance, I take a plea agreement but I’m willing to testify,” he said. “I could get up there and cap. I could get up there and say, ‘I was scared. I don’t know what y’all talking about. I just wanted to get out.’
“I don’t think he’s a snitch because he just took a plea agreement… We would only know if he’s a snitch depending [on] what he will get on the stand and say. And we have to let Thug get out.”
Gunna ended up pleading guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge on December 14 and was released from jail after being given a five-year sentence with one already served in prison. The rest of his sentence will be served in the form of 500 hours of community service.
On the music side, the Chicago native has laid low for the start of 2023 with his most recent single arriving via Motown Records in November titled “Alone.”