Roddy Ricch Declares His Support for Gunna
Gunna remains behind bars in the wake of the Roddy Ricch indictment, but her friends have not forgotten him.
On Friday, Roddy Rinch often posted on social media to voice his support for the person he works with.
“Freedom @gunna. We miss you here, champion,” Roddy wrote in an Instagram Story, noting that his mother was also praying for him. Roddy was scheduled to perform with Gunna at a show in Ontario, California on Saturday night, but the show was canceled after Gunna’s arrest.
Roddy Ricch shares a message for Gunna & says that his Mom is praying for him! 💯🙏🏽💯
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Last week, a judge in Fulton County Superior Court denied the “pushin P” rapper bond and set the trial date for January 2023. Gunna, along with Young Thug, was named in an 88-page indictment against dozens of members of Young Slime Life.
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Prosecutors allege that Gunna is a “documented” member of the alleged YSL gang. They also claim that he and Thug were able to “direct their troops” to commit violent acts.
Gunna and Thug continue to receive support from their peers in the hip-hop community. Post Malone also shared some kind words for his friends.
“I love you more than the thuggish of life, gun,” he tweeted. “My love and support will be here forever.”
Post Malone Perform “Cooped Up” With Roddy Ricch on ‘Saturday Night Live’
Post Malone is having another banner year.
The Grammy-nominated artist hit Studio 8h this week to serve as the musical guest of Saturday Night Live alongside host Selena Gomez. The concert marking Malone’s SNL debut ended with fans counting down the days to 2019’s much-anticipated sequel to Hollywood’s Bleeding, the Twelve Carat Toothache album.
Malone kicked things off with a performance of the previously released single “Cooped Up,” featuring Roddy Ricch.
You can check out Malone’s SNL performance below.
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