Gunplay Promises "Something Epic" On Second Triple C's Album
Gunplay is aiming to become "as clean-cut as possible" following the dismissal of his last court case.
Floridian rapper Gunplay may be in the process of crafting his own studio album, but the Maybach Music Group artist fully intends on reuniting with his fellow Triple C's members when the time is right. While speaking with Forbez DVD, Gunplay gave an update on the group and shared that once he’s more established as an artist and has fully solidified his brand, the group will then be able to benefit.
“I don’t know what the plans are, but I know it’s Triple C for life,” the MMG emcee revealed. “And when we get up, when we get ready to do the album it’s gonna be something epic. Right now we’re just making sure Gunplay as a brand gets off the ground so in turn Triple C can benefit.”
Gunplay also addressed his recent legal troubles and revealed that as a result of his now dismissed court case he’s hoping to adopt a more “clean-cut” lifestyle.
“Before they’d tell me that and I tell them ‘go fuck off,’ but now I listen to ‘em and I take heed,” said Gunplay when asked if anyone in his circle suggested that he switch up his lifestyle. “And I try to be as clean-cut as possible. You know what I mean? I try to hide the wolf fur with sheep wolf. I’m trying, help me out.”
The Triple C’s rapper also spoke briefly on his solo album, which may not be released until next year, his unexpected appearance on TMZ, and more.