Gunna Racks Up $18k Dinner Bill In Atlanta & Dubs Himself "The Flyest Rapper" Out


| LAST UPDATE 11/17/2021

By Mahlik Campbell
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It shouldn't come as a surprise that the rapper who has a song called "200 For Lunch" is casually spending tens of thousands of dollars on food. But seeing Gunna's nearly $18,000 dinner bill is still something else.

Can you guess the most expensive thing he ordered?

Gunna stopped by Little Alley Steak House in Atlanta with his crew and dropped $17,810. And that's before tip.

According to this receipt he posted, the meal included a $6k bottle of Don Julio 1942 tequila, an open buffet worth $4k, Moroccan shrimp worth $594 and a bottle of water for $44. "This How Much It Cost To Eat W Us," he wrote.

Maybe Gunna wanted to enjoy his blessings a little extra after dropping wisdom at the Revolt Summit over the weekend. He talked about his charitable efforts in Atlanta and why it's important to stay true to yourself, even bringing out his YSL mentor Young Thug as a special guest.

Offset, Aminé, Druski and many other notable names graced the event, too.

There's also a 2019 clip recirculating where Gunna crowns himself "the flyest rapper" in the game during an interview with Complex. "Of course," he says when asked whether he ranks at the top of rappers with fashion sense.

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"[Rappers] come to me for the drip. Nobody else," he continued. "It's rappers that hit me up like, 'Yo, where you get this from?' I feel good when they hit me up 'cause I'mma put ya down.

"I'm already knowin' about everything that's coming out. I know about the next season already 'cause I'm hip and already in tune. A lot of people just ain't even in tune, they just be hip when it comes out."

More recently, Gunna previewed a video for an unreleased track titled "IJU" that's likely to appear on his upcoming album, 'Drip Season 4.'

"It's crazy but you set the trend / I'm knockin', baby let me in / I need an angel, not a friend / Protection that'll never end," he croons.