Wack was one of the first to accuse Gunna of snitching on Young Thug and the YSL crew following his release from jail last month. The 29-year-old entered an Alford plea, pleading guilty to one racketeering conspiracy charge in the interest of his freedom.
“He told,” the controversial music manager said during a December Clubhouse session. “Listen… you’re not pleading guilty to a RICO, and they’re freeing you. He did something.”
In a studio session broadcasted by Wack on his Instagram page on Tuesday (January 17), he played through a new track by his artist Yung Magnificent, and said the hook (“Told the truth on the stand he ain’t lie on time“) was inspired by Gunna’s recent actions.
“Yo, listen Instagram, I’m in the studio and I hope I don’t sound like a hypocrite but Gunna inspired me,” Wack 100 said. “I was inspired, my artist Yung Magnificent, I told him how inspired I was by Gunna. And I know I’m sounding like a hypocrite because I been going at him. But these bars is what came from my inspiration.”
You can check out the studio snippet of the track below:
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Lil Durk also looks to have been inspired to pen some new bars in the wake of Gunna’s release. On Monday (January 16), he shared a snippet of a new song that he’s been working on, with lyrics that seemed to target the “Drip Too Hard” rapper.
“What happened to Virgil? He probably gon’ tell/ I let him go because Timo ain’t selling/ Thank 7 and Booka, I’m bragging on Melvin/ When lil boo and them mad, it ain’t nothing you can tell them/ I can tell you what I did for the streets/ You got the paperwork, did it and reached/ I got on Clubhouse and got in the beef,” Durk raps on the song.
Lil Baby and Meek Mill also may have unfollowed Gunna on Instagram as a result of his Alford plea. A search for Gunna’s name in Baby and Meek’s respective followers list now comes up empty, as spotted by eagle-eyed fans.
Lil Baby was one of Gunna’s closest and most successful collaborators, with the duo joining forces on the platinum-certified Drip Harder in 2018, as well as songs like “Chanel (Go Get It),” “Heatin Up” and “25K Jacket.”
While the blowback has been intense, Gunna insisted after his initial release from prison that he didn’t snitch on anyone.
“While I have agreed to always be truthful, I want to make it perfectly clear that I have NOT made any statements, have NOT been interviewed, have NOT cooperated, have NOT agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in the case and have absolutely NO intention of being involved in the trial process in any way,” Gunna told WSB-TV last month.