Gunna Throws Shots at Lil Baby & Lil Durk in 'Bread & Butter' - WhatsOnRap

Gunna has seemingly taken aim at Lil Baby and Lil Durk on his new song 'Bread & Butter
Gunna recently dropped his first new song following his release from prison in December, and it puts him on the attack.

"Bread & Butter," which was released on Friday (June 2), finds the Atlanta rapper addressing the uproar over the previous six months surrounding his contentious plea agreement in the continuing RICO case against Young Thug's Young Slime Life (YSL) collective, which authorities believe is a violent street gang.

Under a minimalist, speaker-knocking rhythm by Turbo, Omar Grand, and Cam Griffin, Gunna responds to people who have dubbed him a "snitch" for pleading his way out of the high-profile case, claiming he was duped into entering a plea deal by attorneys and the Fulton County District Attorney.

“Fuck I pay the lawyers all those mills for?/ Just so I won’t have to say a word to dodge a railroad,” he raps, before admiting he didn’t cooperate: “Never gave no statement or agreed to take no stand on ’em/ On whatever you n-ggas on, then trust me, I’ma stand on it/ Lawyers and the D.A. did some sneaky shit, I fell for it/ On my Ps and Qs because this time, I be prepared for it.”

The DS4Ever hitmaker also threatens his detractors with a "hit" and appears to swear his devotion to Young Thug, rapping: “Never fucked a n-gga, always stayed solid/ Kept it real with n-ggas, never lied and always stay honest/ Love my bro so much, I never change on ’em/ Hunna Wunna goin’ do the work, bring you the damn profits.”

Gunna's lyrical barbs get more pointed at the conclusion of the opening verse, when he appears to take aim at his Drip Harder colleague Lil Baby for cheating on him, and even accuses him of working with a snitch.
"Peepin' shit, I'm seein' n-ggas fall back/ You bitch-ass n-ggas got me as the topic of the chat/ You switched on me," she says.

" when you know you in business with a rat/ And the boy that’s like your brother, and nobody speak on that,” he spits.

“The city see it clearly if I had to state a fact/ You still fuck with a n-gga that done got yo’ partner wacked/ Had these n-ggas talkin’, only knew ’em ’cause of Slatt/ You rap boys need more streams, heard he put my name on wax.”

Gunna seems to be referring to Lil Baby's label boss, Quality Control Music co-founder Pierre "P" Thomas. Last month, it was revealed that Thomas had given police information about the death of a close friend back in 2010.

The QC magnate flatly refuted the charges. "I'm a [G.O.A.T.], don't ever confuse me with a [rat]," he stated in part on Instagram Stories. “Now take that fraudulent incident report and stick it up y’all ass. I love my freedom so stop playing with it.”

After Gunna's plea agreement, Lil Baby was one of numerous rappers that seemed to unfollow him on Instagram.

Regarding the "you still fuck with an n-gga that done got yo' partner wacked" expression, reports have it that Baby's comrade and colleague Lil Marlo was murdered by an affiliate of 21 Savage, with whom the 4PF rapper is friendly.

Gunna's caustic lines might possibly be directed at his "What Happened to Virgil" collaborator Lil Durk, who recently dissed him on an unreleased song and called him out for "telling" on Young Thug in an interview with Akademiks.

Durk stated during the conversation, "“You should’ve went in there and kept your mouth closed.  If you a rat, I fucking hate you ’cause I love Thug.”

Gunna agreed to take a plea agreement in the YSL RICO case right before Christmas and was freed from Fulton County Jail, where he had previously been imprisoned for around seven months.

He submitted an Alford plea, which is "a formal admission of guilt towards charges in criminal court while the defendant simultaneously expresses their innocence toward those same charges," according to Cornell Law School.