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GUNPLAY SENDS DJ ENVY A CEASE & DESIST LETTER

June 7, 2023 | By Kali Girl

Gunplay faced backlash online after sending a cease-and-desist letter to DJ Envy, escalating their leaked phone call controversy, reports Hip Hop DX. The Miami rapper later deleted an Instagram post, handing over the situation to his wife, Vonshae Taylor-Morales, and shared a screenshot of his legal response.

“I married a PhD in criminology Karen ass Fed good luck I’mma let her take it from here buddy!,” the caption on his deleted post read.

The former MMG rapper expressed how the ongoing drama surrounding his feud with Rick Ross and the radio host’s mention of his daughter’s GoFundMe page has taken a toll on his mental well-being.

“It has come to my attention that you have been making statements about my client(s), Vonshae Taylor-Morales and Richard Morales (Gunplay), that are false and misleading. These statements were averred and disseminated by you and your associated on a national, if not international level through a public forum,” the letter begins.

“This has caused substantial harm to my clients’ mental health, as well as their character and reputation which further, adversely affects their present and future interests. These statements constitute slander, defamation, and potentially violations of statutory law across several jurisdictions.”

Envy is urged to cease making false, slanderous, and defamatory remarks about Gunplay and his family, as they will pursue legal action for damages if necessary.

On the flip side, Gunplay’s leaked phone conversation with DJ Envy may have landed him in legal trouble, potentially resulting in a prison sentence of up to five years. 

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