Gunna was not the only co-defendant in the YSL trial to cop a plea. However, he certainly caught the most heat. Since his release in December, the rapper faced incredible scrutiny from fans, peers, and fellow members of the YSL label. Lil GotIt aired out Gunna online after bringing up his late brother, Lil Keed. Around the same time, former close friends and collaborators, like Lil Baby, seemingly distanced themselves from him. Still, Gunna and his attorney have pushed back against claims of cooperating with authorities.

Over the weekend, a bombshell video of YSL Woody in the interrogation room emerged. Woody didn’t hold back, detailing crimes allegedly committed by YSL and even offering to FaceTime someone to prove his claims. He discussed the YSL and YFN feud, and even claimed Thug was moving “reckless.” The video went viral and shed brand new light on the YSL case, especially as Young Thug awaits for the trial to begin. Though Gunna frequently faced accusations of being a snitch since December, the video of YSL Woody appears to be far more damaging to Young Thug’s case than any Alford Plea.

Gunna Won’t Take The Stand In YSL Trial, Lawyer Says

Jewel Wicker’s in-depth analysis of Gunna’s Alford Plea for OkayPlayer caught the attention of Gunna’s attorney, Steve Sadow, who once again, made it clear that his client will not be testifying. “After reading Ms. Wicker’s outstanding, insightful article, I am obliged to say for the record one more time: Gunna has never been interviewed by or cooperated with law enforcement or prosecutors in the RICO case,” he said. His statements push back against claims made by individuals, like Boosie, who haven’t been forgiving towards Gunna’s plea.

Sadow further stated that Gunna’s own deal with the D.A. won’t impact YSL trial. “Nor have his attorneys proffered information on his behalf. What was said at his Alford plea hearing was solely to resolve his own case. It cannot be used by the prosecution against Young Thug or any defendant,” Sadow added. Check out his statement above. We’ll keep you posted on anymore updates on the YSL case.