Blackballed rapper Popp Hunna finally speaks out about Lil Uzi Vert and Trippie Redd’s snitching allegations in a recent chat with Akademiks.
Imagine having all that you ever dreamed of and watching it all disappear because your past confronted you. But, unfortunately, that seems to be common for some of the world’s big stars.
Rapper Popp Hunna’s success story came to a halt after he was confronted by snitching allegations. The “Adderall (Corvette Corvette)” star had scored a hit song and even gone viral on TikTok when it all happened. Hunna had witnessed a murder at the age of 14, and he’d fessed up to the police about it.
Paperwork of the rapper speaking to the police about it surfaced in 2020. Rappers Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, and Lil TJay slammed the act, leading to him being blackballed in the industry. Uzi even spoke out about regretting doing the “Adderall” remix with him. We also hear he wanted his verse taken out.
In a recent chat with Akademiks on the Off The Record Podcast on Wednesday, January 5th, Hunna opened up about it. He revealed that what he witnessed has hunted ever since he was a kid and that no kid should face that. He said;
“Bro, I be wishing all the time that I never went through that shit,” he admitted. “Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no shit like that, bro. I was a kid, bro. Ain’t no kid supposed to go through no shit like that, bro. I seen some shit that a kid wasn’t supposed to see.
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 shit 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.”