Polo G is calling BS.

The Chicago-born rapper returned to Instagram on Friday to address a recent report about his online activity. It all started when No Jumper claimed Polo had joined the growing list of hip-hop stars who were trying to distance themselves from Gunna. Rappers like Meek Mill and Lil Baby seemingly unfollowed the DS4Ever artist on social media, after he entered a plea deal in his YSL RICO case. However, Polo insisted the reports were untrue, as he never followed Gunna in the first place.

“I wasn’t neva followin him to unfollow him. Y’all b on my dick,” he wrote. “I don’t follow up behind nobody. I make my own decisions as a man and I do a good job at mindin my business. U don’t see mein shit for a reason. I don’t fw n***as good or bad, simple and plain.”

Polo and Gunna previously collaborated on 2019’s “Pop Out Again” as well as 2021’s “Waves”; the latter of which appeared on Kawhi Leonard’s Culture Jam project.

Gunna was hit with snitching allegations back in December, after he pleaded guilty to a charge of racketeering conspiracy. The 29-year-old—legal name Sergio Giavanni Kitchen—was subsequently released from custody, while more than a dozen of his co-defendants remained behind bars. Many believed Gunna secured the deal by agreeing to cooperate with authorities; however, his lawyer insisted that wasn’t the case.

“Gunna did not snitch to get out of jail,” attorney Steve Sadow wrote on social media. “He has said nothing and is not cooperating. His plea statement cannot be used in court against any other defendant. So please stop spreading lies.”

Gunna and other YSL associates—including Young Thug—were arrested in May 2022 on racketeering charges. Prosecutors say the imprint was a criminal street gang that carried out a series of violent crimes, including attempted armed robbery, aggravated assault, and murder. 

The YSL RICO trial began earlier this month in Fulton County, Georgia. Thug faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of the charges.