Young Thug Remains In Custody In RICO Case
It's been revealed that Young Thug is denied bond in the RICO case and he will remain in custody. Check out the latest reports below.
The Shadee Room notes: 'During an 8-hour-long bond hearing today in Atlanta’s Fulton County Court, #YoungThug was officially denied bond and will remain in the custody of the Cobb County Jail. His trial is set for January 2023, the same as #Gunna who was also denied bond last month.'
Someone else said: 'Lol Gunna ain’t get bond…why would he? Damn… January is so close yet so far,' and a commenter posted this: 'this is how things should be!'
One other follower said: 'Lawwwwdddd dude gotta know he's bein made into an example,' and a fan posted: 'They don’t even care about the other folks they just want to get him.'
One fan said: 'How yall mad at the judge when he did it to himself?' and a commenter posted this: 'Maybe don’t murder people, you won’t t have to worry about getting denied bond.'
A follower said: 'Smh… I hope these young black men idolizing these life styles and fast money ideas are paying attention.'
Someone else posted this: 'Errbody wanna be gangsta till its time to cash in dat check!!!'
Just in case you don't know, last month, r apper Young Thug was arrested and charged with 56 crimes. 30-year-old Rapper Young Thug (real name - Jeffrey Williams ) was arrested and charged with creating an organized criminal community, which committed 56 crimes. It is reported by TMZ.
According to the source, at the moment, the performer is in prison and is accused of creating a criminal community, which began its activities in 2012. The group consisted of 28 people, among whom was another artist - rapper Gunna, who is in custody.