Gunna is pushing again on the “pushin P” controversy.
Throughout his look on Uninterrupted’s “The Store,” the Atlanta rapper as soon as once more addressed claims that he stole the slang for his DS4EVER hit from the Bay Space. When music mogul Steve Stoute requested concerning the accusations, Gunna didn’t appear bothered by the backlash and stated the time period is common.
“Come to search out out, they only come from participant shit, too,” he stated. “That’s what I took from it, like bro, all people been participant. Your uncles and aunties, they was participant.”
He went on to clarify that he was launched to it by the “older dope boys” from the Porters Ridge neighborhood in Georgia the place he grew up. “I realized that from them. Acquired within the sport and ran with it,” he stated.
Gunna beforehand credited his father for instructing him his “participant” methods. “My 🅿️ops taught me the right way to be a 🅿️laya very long time in the past.. Pz are worldwide,” he stated in January.
Gunna responds to Bay Space natives saying he stole their slang.. “My 🅿️ops taught me the right way to be a 🅿️laya very long time in the past.. Pz are worldwide” pic.twitter.com/C8M3OQuKZb
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Throughout an interview with Advanced, Gunna acknowledged that he didn’t give you “pushin P,” however he did popularize it and produce it to the lots.
“The world is simply now catching on due to the track, however Atlanta and LA individuals who know me know,” he stated. “That’s why it hit exhausting, too, as a result of I actually been kicking P exterior of music. So after I convey it to music, it’s like, yeah, that’s actually him. He ain’t mendacity.”
We had an inside assembly, and with out stepping into particulars, we’re pushin 🅿️ all 12 months.
— Nike.com (@nikestore) January 20, 2022