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Gunna’s lawyer Steve Sadow adamantly insists his client did not snitch in a video that went viral Wednesday night.

Black Twitter put Gunna in the same category as washed-up rapper Tekashi69, who turned snitch to avoid prison time.

Being labeled a “snitch” or a “rat” can end a rapper’s career.

But Gunna’s high-profile defense attorney Steve Sadow says his client is not a snitch.

In an Instagram post, dated Thursday, Dec. 15, Sadow wrote:

“Gunna did not snitch to get out of jail. He has said nothing and is not cooperating. His plea statement cannot be used in court against any other defendant. So please stop spreading lies!!!”

Sadow captioned his post in all caps for emphasis: “TRUTH!!!”

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In a statement released on Wednesday, Gunna said he entered an Alford plea “to end my personal ordeal.” The rapper insisted he did not consider YSL a gang when he became affiliated with the social club in 2016.

But Gunna is heard in a viral video admitting he was a member of the ruthless Young Slime Life — a music label and a gang — headed by Young Thug, who is still in jail.

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In the footage, Gunna confirmed that he became affiliated with YSL around 2016. Gunna admitted YSL is a gang and he had “personal knowledge” that YSL “committed crimes in furtherance of the gang.”

Gunna answered “Yes” when a prosecutor read aloud the following statement: “I recognize, accept, and deeply regret that my talent and music indirectly furthered YSL the gang to the detriment of my community. YSL as a gang must end.”

After accepting the plea deal in court, Gunna returned to jail, gathered his belongings and left the jail Wednesday evening.

He was seen on video hugging a woman before climbing into a Maybach truck with her and departing the jail.

Later, his record label, Young Stoner Life, tweeted the first photo of Gunna since his release from jail.

Friends are concerned for Gunna’s life after he “said nothing” in court about Young Thug and his gang affiliates. But other rappers say they would have done the same to get out of jail and take care of their families.