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Rapper Gunna is giving back to his community by opening a grocery and clothing store inside his former middle school.

Th 28-year-old College Park, Georgia native surprised the students at Ronald McNair Middle School by opening Gunna's Drip Closet and Goodr Grocery Store inside the school.

The students can shop for groceries, toiletries, soap, clothing, and sneakers -- and everything is free!

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The Grammy-nominated rapper and Goodr Co. CEO Jasmine Crowe, right, said they received positive feedback from parents and teachers at McNair.

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"These are things I said I was gonna do when I got in a position to do it so I just gotta follow that," Gunna told The Atlanta Voice.

He is pictured with cheerleaders during his visit to McNair Middle School.

The rapper is best known for his debut studio album, Drip or Drown 2 (2019), which spawned his platinum track and lead single "One Call."

He is signed to Young Thug's YSL label and he has collaborated with Drake, Lil Durk, Nav, Young Thug, and Gucci Mane.

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Rapper Gunna, real name Sergio Kitchens, looked stylish as he arrives to his star-studded 28th birthday celebration at The Highlight Room in Hollywood on Monday.

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The College Park, Georgia native (left) was discovered by rapper Young Thug (right), with whom he enjoys a closerthanthis relationship. The two rappers are inseparable.

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Rapper Drake attends pal Gunna's birthday bash in Hollywood on Monday. Other invited guests include Sean Combs, Future Hendrix, G Herbo, Doja Cat, music producer Scott Storch, and more.

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The press release sounded too good to be true: Atlanta rappers Young Thug and Gunna posted bail for "30 low-level offenders to reunite with their families."

In reality, Young Thug and Gunna paid about $300,000 to bond out only 6 inmates from the over-crowded Fulton County Jail on April 23.

One of those inmates was a murder suspect who had already spent three years in jail awaiting trial. Five of the "low-level offenders" were in jail on felony charges.

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If you recall, Young Thug, real name Jefferey Williams (left), said he and Gunna (right) "woke up and went to the jail ... and just got as many people as we can out."

Of the six people released that day, the murder suspect's bond was the highest. The two rappers paid $239,000 cash to spring him from jail.

On Monday, a judge revoked the man's bond and he was re-arrested. Online records obtained by AJC.com show that, as of Tuesday, he remained in jail.

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According to AJC.com, newly elected Fulton Sheriff Patrick Labat confirmed that the PR stunt was planned days in advance with Young Thug and Gunna (pictured).

Labat said his agency gave the rappers a list of 40 inmates in response to their request for inmates who could be easily released.

It isn't clear how a murder suspect got on that list.

Crews filmed the six inmates walking out of jail into their loved ones' arms. The footage will be part of a music video, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Sheriff Labat said he was asked to appear in the music video, alongside the two rappers and the newly released inmates. But he declined.

"That's not my job," he told Channel 2's Michael Seiden.

Thug and Gunna previously denied reports that the $300,000 bonds were part of a stunt to promote their album, Slime Language 2.

The album, released on Young Thug's Young Stoner Life (YSL) label on April 16 debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

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Young Thug has topped the Billboard 200 albums chart with the follow-up to his Slime Language (2017) album.

Slime Language 2 debuted at No. 1 this week with 109,000 equivalent album units sold, according to Billboard.com.

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Though Young Thug is the only artist credited on the set, the album features his Young Stoner Life (YSL) labelmates, Gunna, Lil Uzi Vert and others.

Gunna appears on seven of the album's tracks. The 27-year-old rapper grew up in the College Park area of Atlanta, where he was influenced musically by Future Hendrix.

Thugga and Gunna are unusually close and are the subjects of mean-spirited rumors about their relationship.

Although Thugga is known to wear feminine attire, he fathered six children by four different women, and was engaged to aspiring rapper Jerrika Karlae in 2015. They split in 2017.

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Jerrika (pictured 2nd from left) and Rayna Bass (center) joined Gunna (left) and Thug at their album release party in Atlanta on Monday.

Young Thug and Gunna teamed up to post bail for 30 inmates incarcerated at Atlanta's Fulton County Jail for various non-violent crimes.

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"We just woke up and went to the jail with the lawyer... and got as many people as we can out," Young Thug told Channel 2 Action News.

"This is where we are from...," Gunna, real name Sergio Kitchens, told WSB-TV2. "You never know what somebody's been through. There was people sitting out three or four years and couldn't get out on a bond."

"If they did the crime, then they can do the time, then it's all right. But it's like, you're giving them a bond higher than what they stole," added Young Thug, a 29-year-old Leo who was born Jeffrey Williams.

The freed inmates will reportedly appear in an upcoming music video.

The rappers insist they didn't bail out the inmates as a stunt to promote their new album. They say they plan to bail out other low-level offenders in the weeks and months to come.

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Atlanta rappers Young Thug and Gunna bonded 30 non-violent inmates out of the Fulton County Jail over the weekend.

The rappers bailed non-violent inmates out of jail to be with their families, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Channel 2's Michael Seiden caught up with both rappers at Cleveland Avenue Park on Sunday afternoon.

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"This is where we are from," said Young Thug (left). "We just woke up and went to the jail with the lawyer and you know DA's and the prosecutors, you know, the bonding companies and just got as many people as we can out."

"You never know what somebody been through," said Gunna (right). "There was people sitting out three or four years and couldn't get out on a bond. If they did the crime, then they can do the time, then it's all right. But it's like you're giving them a bond higher than what they stole."

The rappers' record label, Young Stoner Life (YSL), shared a video showing the moment the inmates were released into the arms of their loved ones.

By coincidence, both rappers recently released the follow-up to their 2018 album Slime Language. The follow-up album features Thug, Gunna, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, and more.

Thugga and Gunna denied their act of benevolence was a stunt to promote their new album.