3:10 PM PT — Gunna has officially been released. He smiled as he walked out of Fulton County Jail and hugged a woman waiting outside.
Gunna has ended his months-long incarceration by pleading guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge in the YSL Rico Case.
The Grammy-nominated rapper entered a pre-negotiated plea known as an Alford plea Wednesday and was sentenced to 5 years — with one year commuted for the time he’s already served. The remaining 4 will be suspended, pending community service and other special conditions.
In a statement, Gunna says he didn’t think of YSL as a gang circa 2016 when his rap career began to pop off, and only focused only on the entertainment aspects … even if it meant an exaggeration of the “Black urban” lifestyle.
He also laid emphasis that his guilty plea didn’t mean any cooperation against any other YSL members … and his Alford plea acknowledges his own association with YSL.
Gunna says he’s looking forward to giving back to his community and wants to youth to know that gangs and violence are gateways to their destruction.
Originally Published — 1:58 PM PT