Gunna doesn’t take his incarceration lightly… evidenced by a fiery letter he wrote from prison where he says America is violating his free speech rights.
In an open letter dated on his 29th birthday – Tuesday, June 14, the incarcerated ‘Pushin P’ rapper explains how his escape year was reversed after being part of a 56-count indictment that included young thug and several other YSL members.
He writes: “22 & 2, just a bed and a shower, no windows just walls. I can’t see or talk to anyone. I write now and I still pray every day. I was raised to fight fire with water, even though my country’s amendments failed me! PROTECT BLACK ART!”
ITwho has had several run-ins with the law throughout his rap career, immediately threw in words of encouragement.
The sad thing is… Gunna wasn’t lying about 2022 being her time to shine. His album “DS4EVER” beat The weekend to go No. 1 and his gold selling record “Pushin P” created a trend.
Thug also recently broke his silence – live at Hot 97’s Summer Jam … urging fans to sign the Protect Black Art initiative – as did Chris Brown, DJ Khalid, Post Malone, Polo G, Meek Mill and several other renowned artists.
From now on, Gunna and Thug will be locked up until 2023, when they are expected to spend their day in court.