Young thugNothing in his long day in court, a judge denied his bail, and the rapper would have been locked up until January 2023.
The YSL rapper and his legal team argued for his release in a Georgia courtroom on Thursday, where prosecutors argued he was the most dangerous member of the 28 Young Stoner Life members. Georgia RICO Homes.
Not only that, the lawyers also tried to get YT’s lawyer. Brian SteelHis past connections with the YSL were dropped from the case claiming it was a “conflict of interest” … but Steel continues.
During the trial, Kevin LilesThe music mogul and CEO of 300 Records testified in tears on behalf of Tak, recognizing him as an influencer and philanthropist, but most importantly, willing to co-sign his bond.
Another witness, Garfield LormontA section of the thug management team testified that he was at home when the thug was arrested And he has no weapons on him.
This case is being closely watched by the hip hop community. Chris Brown, Lil Baby, Court, Meek MillAnd very loud, Metro Boom All have Called for the independence of the YSL Within the last few days.
As for the rest of the case … the Fulton County District Attorney said the YSL group may actually be the gang involved in 50 murders in the area.
At this time, Thug’s is scheduled to lock up until January 2023.
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