Young Thug Denied Bond In RICO Case After Prosecutors Call Him “One Of The Most Dangerous Men”
Young Thug will remain behind bars, despite Kevin Liles’ dramatic testimony on the witness stand. We just got word that 300 Entertainment CEO Kevin Liles was defending Thugger’s character in court. A RICO indictment named Thug and 27 others, including Gunna, alleging that YSL is a criminal street gang involved in theft, murder, and other illegal crimes. Thug is also accused of being involved in the stabbing of YFN Lucci in jail and the shooting of Lil Wayne’s tour bus, according to prosecutors.
“This whole thing that people are talking about, that’s not him. The Jeffrey I know? The Jeffrey I know would give me the clothes off of his back. The Jeffrey I know? I can give him my kids, he could give me his kids. That’s the Jeffrey I know,” Liles stated. He also spoke out against the use of lyrics as proof.
Despite the “Free Gunna” and “Free Young Thug” efforts, Thugger was reportedly denied bond. Thug, according to Judge Ural Glanville, constitutes a menace and should remain behind bars. Prosecutors said he’s “King Slime” and one of “the most dangerous persons here.”
Rappers are recently paying close attention to this case for good measure, especially since lyrics are set to be a big part of it. In The Shade Room’s comment area, The Game chimed in with his comments, labeling the prosecutors’ remarks “some sucka sh*t.”
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