Gunplay’s fiancée, Vonshae Taylor-Morales, has responded to DJ Envy’s recent claim that a recorded phone call broke the law. The feud between DJ Envy of The Breakfast Club and Rick Ross has now extended to include Gunplay and his family.
The clash between Envy and Ross initially started over their respective car show events. Envy took a dig at Ross, suggesting that Gunplay had to resort to setting up a GoFundMe campaign to assist his daughter, who was hospitalized. Envy’s comment did not sit well with Gunplay and his fiancée.
Taking to her Instagram page, Taylor-Morales addressed the situation and vehemently denied that their family’s GoFundMe campaign had anything to do with the ongoing beef. She expressed her frustration with the false narrative propagated by certain blogs, which she claims caused unnecessary trouble.
According to Taylor-Morales, once Rick Ross learned about their daughter’s situation, he promptly made a substantial donation to her account, enabling them to improve her insurance coverage, obtain necessary equipment, pay off deductibles, and ensure access to specialist care. She emphasized that they had expressed their gratitude to Ross multiple times.
To support their side of the story, both Taylor-Morales and Gunplay released audio of a conversation they had with DJ Envy, in which he apologized for his comments. However, Envy responded to the public release of the call by accusing the couple of breaking the law. He claimed that secretly recording a phone conversation without informing the other party is illegal, citing Florida statute 934.03, which classifies such actions as a third-degree felony, punishable by imprisonment of up to five years and a fine.
Envy also alleged that district attorneys in the Florida area had contacted him regarding the recorded phone call. Taylor-Morales refuted his claims in a comment left under a Hollywood Unlocked post about the matter. She explained that they were in Kentucky at the time, using a business phone and that the recording was legal since it only requires the consent of one party, which she asserts was given.
The ongoing feud between DJ Envy, Rick Ross, Gunplay, and their respective families continues to unfold, with each party defending their actions and responding to the allegations made against them.