Popp Hunna spoke out about snitching paperwork released just as his career started to take off.
After the paperwork dropped, several rappers tried to distance themselves from him and Lil Uzi Vert asked to be removed from one of his songs.
Lil Uzi Vert Reportedly Asked “Corvette Corvette” Rapper Popp Hunna To Take His Verse Off Song For Snitching At Age 14: “Real Street Niggas Stick To The Code” pic.twitter.com/VPf5p96dyV
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Speaking to DJ Akademiks, he spoke about the rumors:
“Bro, I be wishing all the time that I never went through that sh*t. Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no sh*t like that, bro. I was a kid, bro. Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no sh*t like that, bro. I seen some sh*t that a kid wasn’t supposed to see,” he told Ak.
“And, bro, I gotta live with that. That’s gonna always be on my mind. I don’t even sleep, bro. I don’t go to sleep at night, bro. I do not sleep, bro. Every time I close my eyes, bro, I see that sh*t happening over and over and over and over and over again, bro. I barely even wanna have fun, bro. Even being a rapper, bro, after shows, I used to cry. After every show, bro.”
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