Gunna Shared The First Verse After Her Release From Prison on “Brodies”


Gunna shared his first verse after his release from prison — listen to his turn on the new track “Brodies” below.

The rapper was released from prison last month after pleading guilty to racketeering. In May, he and 27 others were charged with a large-scale indictment under the Law on Organizations under the Influence of a Racketeer and on Corrupt Organizations. Kitchens, who along with Young Thug and others denied the charges, remained in custody for more than six months.

He was refused bail several times, and the judge in the case argued that he was a threat and could intimidate witnesses.

Now he has teamed up with German rapper Ufo361 for his first release from prison. The track makes no mention of a prison sentence or trial, and no information has been disclosed about whether it was recorded before or after his time behind bars.

Check it out below.

A little over a month ago, Kitchens pleaded guilty to a racketeering charge against him. He was sentenced to five years in prison, but was released after one year of the sentence was commuted to time served, and the remaining sentence was suspended. Instead, the rapper is serving 500 hours of community service.

After his release, Kitchens’ lawyer noted that the rapper accepted Alford’s plea of guilty, in which the accused can declare his innocence at an official guilty plea, acknowledging that they will probably be found guilty if the case is brought to court. test.

“Although I have agreed to always be truthful, I want it to be absolutely clear that I have not made any statements, have not been questioned, have not cooperated, have not agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in the case. We absolutely do not intend to participate in the trial in any way,” Kitchens said in a statement.

During his court appearance regarding his statement, Kitchens agreed that “YSL is a music label and a gang, and [he] personally knows that members or accomplices of YSL have committed crimes in support of the gang.”


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