Gunna is involved with many different projects, but he’s not claiming any involvement with a cryptocurrency scam.
The rapper is now responding to claims that he was involved in a cryptocurrency scam, with the hopes of putting these rumors to rest. Gunna’s Twitter account wrote on January 31: “Ay @pushinpeth making a crypto metaverse for us! @shanemooncharts backing the project, I know this is gonna fly. IM TAKING THIS TO THE MOON JOIN THE TELEGRAM HERE.”
“Pushin Peth” sounded eerily similar to Gunna’s viral “Pushin P,” but the public soon wondered whether it was a rug pull. This is a word used to describe frauds in which cryptocurrency inventors or founders pull the rug out from under investors by exaggerating their worth and fleeing with their money.
Gunna was suspected of orchestrating some sort of plan by those in the crypto realm, and his name quickly became the talk of the town. After generating waves for possible fraud, Gunna took to Twitter to deny ever tweeted about Pushin Peth.
To my followers and fans ! I didn’t know anything about this ‘pushin peth’ Scam. Someone hacked my twitter and I immediately deleted the tweet ! I would never co sign any fraud or scams privately or publicly ! And I’m extremely sorry to anyone how was scammed !
This is the kind of dodgy crypto fraud that many people have been warned about in the past, and “pushinpeth” appears to have followed the same trading path as many other coins before it. Check out the tweet below and tell us whether you believe Gunna has been hacked.