Gunna will be released after pleading responsible in the YSL case, but says he hasn't gone crazy with the young Thug

Gunna pleaded guilty on Wednesday (Dec. 14) in the closely watched criminal case against Minor Thug 

and other alleged Atlanta gang members, ending his involvement in the sprawling case 

and securing his release from prison, though the rapper was worried that he was not cooperating more. with the prosecutors.

In a statement issued with the help of his legal professionals, Gunna (real name Sergio Kitchens)

 testified that he had pleaded guilty known as Alford

a maneuver that allows the defendant to perform a formal act of contrition while he retains his identity.

In technical terms, the rapper pleaded guilty to a bachelor's degree against him 

 and was sentenced Wednesday to a suspended sentence of time served. 

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