Gunna Unveils ‘Closer Look’ At Clothing Line Ahead Of Summer Launch

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Gunna offers another preview of his “P by Gunna” clothing line ahead of the brand’s summer launch.

In the first of a series of posts this week surrounding the clothing line, the ‘fukumean’ rapper enlists the help of models, each draped in pieces splashed with the p-star logo.

According to the caption, the collection will be sold exclusively on the ultra-fast fashion brand BoohooMAN. “A closer look at the @pbygunna collection, exclusively available at BoohooMAN →,” writes Gunna, citing a June 5th launch.

In a follow-up post, the Georgia native himself takes center stage, guiding fans through the genesis of a “1993” graphic t-shirt. “I was born in 1993. So, that’s why I put 1993,” he explained while showcasing the shirt and pointing to its back. The scene shifts to a model fitting, with a male model stepping in to pose for photos in the product.

On Friday (May 17), fans got their first look at the collection, featuring motocross jackets, hoodies, washed bottoms paired with matching tops —each adorned with a p-star logo — via X (formerly Twitter).

However, it was not without controversy. Soon after unveiling news of his latest business venture, an artist by the name of Rajeev accused the rapper of imitating his style. In a video circulating on social media, Rajeev reveals an email he received in 2018 from the Vice President of YSL Records allegedly expressing interest in collaborating with him.

Rajeev further claimed that shortly afterward, he created his brand’s “P” logo, which had been in existence for about two years, garnering support from fans who utilized the blue “P” emoji. Gunna subsequently posted a photo in Rajeev’s neighborhood with a “P” emoji and began promoting “pushin P.” Rajeev showcased t-shirts his brand sold in 2020, similar in color to the jacket Gunna wore on his billboard, both adorned with the “P” logo.

Gunna has not responded to these claims.