Gunna ups sales of La Ropa after fans flood the venue to buy the hoodie he wore in the mugshot of RICO’s arrest

Atlanta rapper Gunna remains behind bars in the Fulton County Jail. However, there is one company that is reaping the benefits of his fashion choice following the rapper’s decision to turn himself in.

TMZ has reported that several Gunna fans are flooding outside the clothing company called Laropa to look like their favorite rapper.

Here is everything you need to know.

Gunna unknowingly upsells La Ropa after fans flock to the site to buy the hoodie she wore in her mug shot.

Gunna, whose real name is Sergio Kitchens, was booked on racketeering charges Wednesday in Fulton County.

Although his mugshot was blurry, some eagle-eyed followers of Gunna couldn’t help but notice the logo on the hoodie he was sporting. It’s a clothing brand called Laropa.

According TMZOn the day Gunna’s mugshot was released, the clothing company saw a 15% increase in sales of the $300 hoodie compared to a normal day.

Photo: LaClothes

Additionally, the trend continued the next day when sales increased 24% for the garment.

The outlet further reported that the ‘Pushing P’ artist has no ties to Laropa. He just so happened to be wearing the hoodie when he was arrested and during the mug shot.

In addition, he is not the only public figure who wears clothes from Laropa. In the past, celebrities like Playboi Carti, Bella Hadid and Erika Jayne have also been seen wearing clothing from the brand.

Rapper Young Thug also wore Laropa. He is also booked in the Fulton County Jail for his involvement in related charges.

Gunna arrested in Fulton County

On Wednesday, Gunna turned himself in to Fulton County police. His arrest comes two days after officials raided Young Thug’s home and arrested the rapper.

Both musicians are booked under RICO charges in Fulton County, GA.

Gunna was arrested as part of an investigation for his alleged connection to a street gang that has committed murders, shootings and carjackings for nearly a decade.

The 88-page indictment filed Monday in Fulton County, Georgia lists several lyrics from Gunna’s music videos as evidence.

Both Gunna and Young Thug are accused of furthering the violent gang’s reputation in order to strengthen their turf.

However, Gunna’s legal team claims he is innocent. They pointed out the many things she did for society. The rapper is reported to feed nearly 400 students a week.

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