Gunna Denies Having Any Involvement With Crypto Scam, Says He Was Hacked

Gunna has gone on social media to blow off any accusations of him being involved with crypto scam, explaining that he was hacked instead. Folks in the crypto world had reasons to believe that rapper, Gunna, was cooking up some sort of scheme and before long, his name rose to become the most talked about on the scene.

After he made several headlines for potential fraud, Gunna hopped on Twitter to deny have anything to do with tweets about or relating to “Pushin Peth”.

On the 31st of January, a tweet went out from his account reading thus: “Ay @pushinpeth making a crypto metaverse for us! @shanemooncharts backing the project, I know this is gonna fly. IM TAKING THIS TO THE MOON JOIN THE TELEGRAM HERE.”

“Pushin Peth” shared similarities with Gunna’s viral “Pushin P,” but it wasn’t long until the public began to smell fish. With hopes to kill the rumors, Gunna addressed reports that he was involved in a cryptocurrency scam.”

To my followers and fans ! I didn’t know anything about this ‘pushin peth’ Scam,” he wrote. “Someone hacked my twitter and I immediately deleted the tweet ! I would never co sign any fraud or scams privately or publicly ! And I’m extremely sorry to anyone how was scammed !”

Check out the tweet below:

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