Last month, Lil Baby told 16BARS that he used to pay his boy Gunna to write his raps.
"I done paid Gunna to write my songs. I never put the songs out but when I first started to rap, I used to like pay him $100 to like, 'Like I'ma give you a hundred, write something for me so I could go in and learn how to record it.' Like I ain't never like, recorded the songs and put 'em out but that's how I used to like practice."
That set off a lot of alarm balls, especially since Baby and Gunna still work together closely.
In a new interview with Big Boy, Baby reiterated that nothing you've heard him rap comes from Gunna's pen.
"Gunna ain't never wrote no song for me," he said. "He just showed me how to rap, like, if he wrote a song, he wrote like what I got going on."
Gunna and Baby are teaming up with Future and Young Thug for the mixtape Super Slimey 2, which should be coming very soon.