Georgia-raised rapper Sergio Kitchens, popularly known as Gunna, made a comeback this week with his latest music release. However, despite the buzz surrounding his new track “Bread & Butter,” it seems unlikely that Boosie Badazz will be joining him for a possible remix.
This development stems from Gunna’s controversial legal situation and allegations of betrayal within the rap community. In a recent interview, Boosie Badazz expressed his strong disapproval of Gunna’s actions and made it clear that he would not consider working with him, even for a significant sum of money.
Gunna’s much-anticipated comeback single, “Bread & Butter,” was released on June 2 under the Young Stoner Life Records/300 Entertainment label. The track, produced by Turbo, Omar Grand, and Cam Griffin, received a warm reception and was accompanied by an official black-and-white music video on YouTube.
However, amidst Gunna’s return to the music scene, he faces public criticism from fellow rappers due to his involvement in a legal case. Last year, Gunna accepted an Alford plea deal in a RICO case in Fulton County, Georgia, which resulted in accusations of him being a “snitch” on his label boss, Young Thug, and his co-defendants. These allegations have caused a rift in the rap community and have sparked widespread discussions.
Among Gunna’s harshest critics is Boosie Badazz, the Baton Rouge-bred rapper. When approached by TMZ in New York City, Boosie was asked if he would be open to collaborating with Gunna for a staggering tax-free payout of $1 billion. Boosie responded with disdain, refusing to entertain the idea of working with someone he considers a “rat.”
“I don’t wanna talk about a rat. Give me a billion dollars… No, I ain’t gonna even say it… I don’t want to incriminate myself with what I would do with a billion dollars… what I would do to a rat if they gave me a rat to do business with for a billion dollars.” said Boosie Badazz, expressing his strong stance against Gunna.
Boosie further emphasized his disapproval of Gunna by referring to him as a “rat” and taking verbal jabs at him. He stated, “They got a lotta Gunnas in this sewer. We’re in New York City. I see about three Gunnas right now. One just went under the sewer.”