Last year, rapper Bandman Kevo compensated Gunna for a feature. This year Bandman demands his money back with interest. Unfortunately, the anticipated tune did not get a chance to appear on the charts due to the ongoing court drama involving the YSL family. In an interview with a popular media platform, Say Cheese TV, Bandman Kevo addressed his statement made on Twitter in February.
The statement reads: “I paid Gunna last year for a feature 250k, And months later, he got a caught case which put my feature, and everything else got put on hold, just for him to get released and snitch. I can’t do a song with a dude. I need my bread back asap, and if they cap, I’m going big lawsuit.”
In his tweet, Bandman explains his feature payment of $250,000 to Gunna last year, which he never saw a return on because of the YSL’s member getting caught up with a racketeering case.
“Really, I want more money for all the time I wasted over a year,” he said on the Say Cheese interview that premiered on Saturday, April 1st.,
“I feel like I deserve some real M’s because who knows what the song could have been at before you messed your name up.”
Kevo explains he wanted to release the song before Gunna got incarcerated; however, he was not allowed to since the music had yet to undergo clearance for everything to be legally correct.
Based on the interview, fans still determine whether Kevo will go through with the lawsuit.
Until then, Gunna Fans are anticipating music from the YSL artist as he lays low and is under speculation of his “gangster hood” by the public.
On May 11th of, 2023, Gunna was charged with one racketeering count. According to the charge, he allegedly received looted property and possessed methamphetamine, marijuana, and hydrocodone to distribute.
The 29-year-old rapper was released from jail after joining a negotiated guilty plea on a racketeering conspiracy charge.
The young rapper was sentenced to five years in prison with four years suspended.
The original sentence was reduced to one year and commuted to time served, with special conditions including 500 hours of community service.
The rapper will have served his sentence once he finishes community service, relayed by attorney Steve Sadow.
Gunna, Young Thug’s Sister, and his attorney explained why his plea deal was not equivalent to snitching.
“Gunna did not snitch to get out of jail,” lawyer Steve Sadow explained to the public in December.
“He has said nothing and is not cooperating. His plea statement cannot be used in court against any other defendant. So please stop spreading lies.”
Gunna took to Instagram with a post with the caption; n, “N***as acting like they switching to a side, But it’s only one side. #YslTheLabel #FreeThug & Yak.” Gunna Back !!!