As Younger Thug, Gunna and dozens of different YSL members stare down pages of racketeering and gang fees … they’re getting a wave of public assist from well-known pals in rap.
Main the cost was Lil Keed — the 2020 XXL Freshman and YSL affiliate NOT busted within the 56-count RICO indictment. The 24-year-old is adamant the Younger Stoner Life label is many issues, however positively not a gang.
Keed calls his YSL comrades extra of a “household” and a “life-style” … however not a felony org.
Georgia prosecutors really feel the other, having thrown an 88-page indictment at Thug, Gunna and 26 different associates; accusing the group of homicide, receiving stolen property and even ordering a Fulton County jailhouse hit on rival Atlanta rapper, YFN Lucci … who was stabbed in February.
Keed’s feedback mirrored these of longtime Younger Thug collaborator, super-producer Metro Boomin, Put up Malone and Meek Mill.
Thug and Gunna’s lyrics are being combed by way of as potential proof — a notion that set off Younger Metro on Twitter.
Put up, who labored with Thug on his personal hit 2020 album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” additionally had nothing however love for the trigger and gave an everlasting vow of assist to each Thugga and Gunna.
Meek Mill additionally bashed the RICO legal guidelines and vouched for Thug’s character. Meek does not blame the artists themselves, however the affect they carry and the way it impacts people wanting from the skin in.
The Dreamchasers CEO joined forces with the likes of JAY-Z, Fats Joe, Killer Mike and extra in January to suggest the “Rap Music on Trial” invoice to forestall lyrics from getting used as circumstantial proof.
That proposed laws is for New York State, although, in order that would not do Workforce YSL any good in Georgia.