Gunna has been in jail for greater than a month already after he was concerned in a sweeping RICO indictment that concerned Younger Thug and different members of the Younger Slime Life gang in Atlanta.

After calls for his or her launch had been publicized, the 2 remained in jail after an Atlantan decide determined in opposition to their bond launch. Stories say that the decide believed they held “commanding positions” on the gang, so releasing them may ignite witness tampering and intimidation.

In a current Billboard article, the “DS4EVER” hitmaker had shared an open letter to the general public – expressing his “innocence” within the circumstances thrown at him.

Gunna Open Letter From Jail

In a heartfelt assertion he launched for his followers and the general public from behind bars, the “Pushin P” hitmaker defined how this 12 months remains to be his “finest” regardless of the alleged wrongful incarceration.

“2022 has been probably the greatest years of my life, regardless of this troublesome scenario. This 12 months I had the world pushing P. I labored on daily basis to point out God how grateful I’m for my reward, for my artwork, for my life and to have the ability to present for my family members. For now, I haven’t got my freedom. However I’m harmless,” he mentioned within the letter.

The rapper additionally touched on his marginalized childhood and alluded to the prosecution as the identical.

“Black Males, Black Ladies and Black Kids continuously attacked, hated, murdered, berated, belittled, silenced, judged, used and held captive,” Gunna elaborated.

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The open letter got here on the heels of his twenty ninth birthday immediately, which he’s spending in Fulton County Jail as he was denied bond launch.

 

Gunna additionally referred to as to “PROTECT BLACK ART!” as authorities have used his music lyrics on the 56-count indictment as proof in opposition to him.

In States like Maryland and Atlanta, the courtroom dominated that lyrics are admissible as proof in prosecution – which largely impacts black musicians and artists.

Opposite to this, the New York State Senate has handed the “Rap Music on Trial Invoice,” a invoice that might restrict authorities on utilizing “artistic expression” as proof in opposition to artists in courtroom.

Though this might assist solely New York rappers tried within the metropolis, it could instantly have an effect on Gunna and Thug’s case, which had been in Atlanta, Georgia.

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