Jacquees on Gunna: “I stay on my own lane,” says he wishes freedom for Young Thug


Jacquees wants Thug free, but is neutral on Gunna's snitching allegations

offers his take on the and situation. Jacques, who has worked with both Thug and Wunna, recently spoke to TMZ about the controversial situation. The singer was asked of his thoughts about rappers reportedly unfollowing Gunna, to which he responded, “I don't know, I stay in my own lane.” He added, “I stay in my own lane, man. You know, I wish everybody the best.”

The “You” hit-maker continued that he hopes for Young Thug's freedom. “Oh, yeah, I just stay outta that. I just wish everybody the best. Free my brother, though! That's the biggest thing.”

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