Young Thug Visits Gunna in Hospital, Gifts Him 4 Audemars Piguet Watches

Young Thug Visits Gunna in Hospital, Gifts Him 4 Audemars Piguet Watches

Gunna was recently hospitalized for unknown reasons, and Young Thug came through to bless him with some expensive watches.

Gunna shared a video to his Instagram Stories during Young Thug’s visit, and he showed off the four Audemars Piguet watches that Thugger gifted him. Gunna can be heard saying in the video, “Not one, not two, not three, but four. My twin ain’t never late. I think I’m feeling better already.”

Young Thug has been known to give extravagant gifts to Gunna, including a Rolls Royce Cullinan, which he gave Gunna last year on his birthday. A month later, Gunna returned the favor by giving Young Thug $100,000 in cash for his birthday.

In other news…

Man Who Robbed Taco Shop With Water Gun Has Life Sentence Commuted

Reports surfaced noting that a man serving a life sentence for robbing an Arkansas taco shop with a water gun may finally be released after serving 40 years in prison.

Asa Hutchinson—the governor of Arkansas, recently announced he is planning to commute the sentence of 70-year-old Rolf Kestrel, who only ended up getting $264 after robbing Señor Bob’s Taco Hut in 1981.

According to reports, the cashier at the taco stand who Kestrel robbed actually pushed for the man’s release from prison.

The former cashier—Dennis Schlutterman, said, “I actually apologized to him because I felt like even though he was the one that robbed me, I felt like I had taken his life because he had been in there for so long.” Schlutterman noted that Kestrel never even pointed the water gun at him, only making it seem as if it was real by pointing it through his jacket. The man noted he was shocked by the fact that Kestrel was still in jail 25 years after the robbery, saying, “Many nights I sat there and thought about it and thought about it,” he said. “I couldn’t believe that he was still there.”

A spokesperson for Governor Hutchinson said Kestrel would be eligible for parole after August 4 if there nothing changes by then.