21 Savage Unleashes Fiery Diss Track On Gunna In His Explosive New Album, ‘American Dream’

21 Savage Disses Gunna In New Album 'American Dream’
“How you go from co-defendant to a fuckin’ witness? They’ll stand on couches with you, but won’t stand on business.”

21 Savage disses Gunna on a track on his new album, American Dream for being a snitch and he seems to have the backing of everyone.

Gunna has been getting negative PR from his other rapper colleagues after signing a plea deal that got him out of jail but left Young Thug in.

21 Savage Disses Gunna On New Album American Dream

On the track, “Letter to my Brudda” dedicated to Young Thug, 21 raps, “Once you cross that line, it ain’t no tryin’ to fix it. You want me to forgive you, let’s be realistic. I can’t kick it with your kind like I tore my meniscus.” Directly referring to Gunna (but with no name-calling) who is currently being accused of being a snitch in the RICO case.

In another verse, he raps “How you go from co-defendant to a fuckin’ witness? They’ll stand on couches with you, but won’t stand on business. Woah, I watched everybody turn on my brother like he ain’t have ’em out here flyin’ jets and fuckin’ bitches. This shit ridiculous,” basically summarizing the whole story surrounding the case.

It isn’t hard to tell whose side everyone is on, as several rappers: Lil Baby and Lil Durk included have come out openly to call Gunna out on this case. The former going to the extent of shutting his music off at a concert last year, “Fuck the rats! Turn this shit off” he yelled into the crowd.

Gunna vehemently denies having done anything to break the bro-code but it is obvious that no one is taking his words for it.

“While I have agreed to always be truthful, I want to make it clear that I have not made any statements, have NOT been interviewed, have NOT cooperated, have NOT agreed to testify or be a witness for or against any party in the case and have absolutely NO intention of being involved in the trial process in any way,” Gunna says in an interview.

This is what people are saying on X about 21 Savage’s not-so-subtle attack track:

21 may have been referring to someone else but something tells us that this is not the case.

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