Fresh off the release of his third studio album DS4, Gunna stopped by the Breakfast Club on Friday and dished on everything from his alleged relationship with Chloe Bailey, to giving back to the community in his hometown of Atlanta. On his eclectic fashion sense, the "Outta Sight Outta Mind" rapper shared:
"I been dressin' since I was a kid. Like, if you ask my mama, she said I use to change clothes like three times a day, nowhere to go. I might spend maybe like $15,000 a week [on clothes], if I'm having something to do."
Gunna also shared the inspiration behind his record "I Don't Want To Die Alone" and addressed speculations regarding his relationship with Chloe Bailey. When co-host Angela Yee mentioned that some fans believe he and the "Have Mercy" singer are cousin, Gunna blushed:
"[Chloe is] definitely not my cousin. We ain't cousins. We're really close friends. Got a hit song together. That's one you gotta go and be honest with. I didn't know her [before the VMAs shot out]. I was kinda shooting my shot. I wanted to take her somewhere cool. Not just out to the studio."
Gunna also spoke about his partnership with Goodr, a “sustainable food waste management company” that aims to combat hunger, sharing that it's "going good." Back in September, the star teamed up with Goodr to give away free groceries and clothes in effort to "give back to the community that raised him, buffered him, sheltered him and supported him” by launching the Gunna’s Drip Closet and Goodr Grocery Store to provide free meals, clothing and toiletries to students who need them.
See what else the star had to say in the full interview below. Check out Gunna's latest album DS4, available now.