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Cory Gunz SNAPPED on “6 Foot 7 Foot,” but Twitter is actually trying to play him over his verse, saying he said something about lima beans, like he didn’t kill it, as the original Gunna [VIDEO]

Cory Gunz was one of the most-promising rappers in the game, in 2011. He was signed to Young Money and Lil Wayne put him on his first single, off "Tha Carter V," and he didn't disappoint, offering a classic verse. Now, nine years later, fans on Twitter have the audacity to try and clown Cory Gunz over his verse, but the ones old enough to remember "6 Foot 7 Foot" are not letting this slander exist.

Cory Gunz was one of the most-promising rappers in the game, in 2011. He was signed to Young Money and Lil Wayne put him on his first single, off "Tha Carter V," and he didn't disappoint, offering a classic verse. Now, nine years later, fans on Twitter have the audacity to try and clown Cory Gunz over his verse, but the ones old enough to remember "6 Foot 7 Foot" are not letting this slander exist.By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

In 2011, Lil Wayne was still the biggest rapper on the planet, having just been released from prison. Despite just dropping I Am Not A Human Being, Lil Wayne immediately began working on Tha Carter V, and promoting it. His label, Young Money, had recently signed Cory Gunz.

The son of Peter Gunz, then known as a legendary old school rapper, not only was Cory Gunz a rapper, he had his own reality show. At the time, he was on MTV weekly, with the show. With New York having a void, it looked like it was Cory Gunz’ for the taking.

Cory Gunz is trending on Twitter, today, because, apparently, some people find his “6 Foot 7 Foot” verse to be wack. In real time, Cory Gunz was getting it in. Those who were clowning Cory Gunz’ verse are being checked, on Twitter, right now, because Cory SNAPPED, with his verse, the original Gunna.

Watch “6 Foot 7 Foot” by Lil Wayne ft. Cory Gunz below:

Read the tweets about Cory Gunz below:

Cory Gunz was one of the most-promising rappers in the game, in 2011. He was signed to Young Money and Lil Wayne put him on his first single, off "Tha Carter V," and he didn't disappoint, offering a classic verse. Now, nine years later, fans on Twitter have the audacity to try and clown Cory Gunz over his verse, but the ones old enough to remember "6 Foot 7 Foot" are not letting this slander exist.

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