ongoing legal issues for young thug Getting worse, as he faces a new indictment with several additional charges. According to reports, the young thug is now facing a new gang charge, drug charges, a charge of possessing a firearm during a felony and a charge of possessing a machine gun.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis believes that these latest charges Add to this the prosecution’s claim that Young Thug served as the leader of a criminal street gang YSL for many years. Additionally, Willis’s office confirmed that the new indictment involved not only Young Thug, but all 28 defendants from the initial indictment in May. “YSL is the acronym for ‘Young Slime Life.’ It’s a hybrid gang that operates here in Atlanta and is affiliated with the Bloods Gang,” Willis said.
Representatives from the Fulton County DA’s office explained that many of the new charges, which involve Thug as well as four other defendants, come from evidence that the DA’s office and Atlanta police found at Thug’s home on the day of May’s arrest.
As we previously reported back in June, Young Thug was officially denied bond and will remain in Cobb County Jail custody along with fellow YSL member Gunna. The two will go on trial for their Ricoh case, scheduled for January 2023.
When prosecutors came to talk about why Young Thug shouldn’t be found on bond, they noted the endless amount of lyrics he purportedly detail all the crimes he and YSL have committed.
As he finished his bond hearings this evening, he called Young Thug “King Slime” and selected him as the “most dangerous” member of YSL and the man to call all the shots, as it deals with murder and other gang-related issues. related activity.
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