Latest News About Young Thug and Gunna
Young Thug and Gunna remain behind bars on at least one conspiracy charge. Federal prosecutors said they were both part of the YSL responsible for multiple crimes.
On Monday, May 23, Judge Glanville again denied Gunna’s bail request. Young Thug will also be behind bars in the short term.
According to WSB-TV reporter Michael Seiden, Young Thug’s lawyers will present their arguments on June 2. Gunna’s lawyer, Steve Sadow, was also alleged to have made some offers. It’s like a $750,000 secured bond, house arrest with electronic monitoring.
BREAKING: Fulton County judge denies bond for rapper Gunna charged in sweeping gang indictment. He’s scheduled to stand trial on January 9, 2023. @wsbtv
— Michael Seiden (@SeidenWSBTV) May 23, 2022
Prosecutor Don Geary claimed that Gunna was one of the leaders of the YSL. He added that he served in the command level. As a result, Judge Glanville also decided that it was too great a risk to let him back.
Young Thug currently resides in Cobb County Jail instead of Fulton County.
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Meek Mill Defends Gunna And Young Thug
Meek Mill drew on his own experiences with the criminal justice system. He took to Instagram to be with his friends who are struggling similarly.
Meek took to IG on Friday, May 13. He shared with fans his thoughts on Young Thug and Gunna’s latest indictment regarding the RICO charges. He prayed for the district attorney to be fair.
“Thug put on many families I seen with my own eyes,” Meek wrote. “Stand up for them in these times not the lit ones! Labels, women, n-ggas… I pray that DA be fair to them knowing what we out here tryna survive. Thug and Gunna ain’t no crime bosses, they successful rappers with influence that didn’t leave their environment behind… If you bring your environment with you it’s basically RICO. Watch yourself out here.”
Young Thug and Gunna are currently in the Fulton County Jail. They will be held there for now as both rappers were denied ties on Wednesday, May 11.