if young criminal† gunna and dozens of other YSL members stare at pages of extortion and gang charges… they get a wave of public support from famous friends in rap.
Leading the attack was Lil Keed — the 2020 XXL Freshman and YSL branch NOT caught in the 56-count RICO indictment† The 24-year-old is adamant that the Young Stoner Life label is many things, but certainly not a mess.
Keed calls his YSL comrades more of a “family” and a “lifestyle” … but not a criminal organization.
Georgia prosecutors feel the opposite, after leveling an 88-page indictment against Thug, Gunna and 26 other associates; accuse the organization of murder, take delivery of stolen property, and even have a Fulton County jail beat on rival Atlanta rapper, YFN Lucci … who got stabbed in February.
Keed’s comments mirrored those of a longtime Young Thug employee, super producer Metro Boomin† Post Malone and meek windmill†
Thug and Gunna’s lyrics are combed through as potential evidence — an idea that exploded Young Metro on Twitter.
Post, who worked with Thug on his own hit 2020 album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding”, also had nothing but love for the cause, giving a eternal vow of support for both Thugga and Gunna.
Meek Mill also flouted RICO laws and vouched for Thug’s character. Meek doesn’t blame the artists themselves, but the influence they have and how it affects individuals who look from the outside in.
The CEO of Dreamchasers joined forces with, among others: JAY-Z† fat joe† Killer Mike and more in January to propose the “Rap Music on Trial” bill to prevent texts from being used as circumstantial evidence.
However, that proposed legislation is for New York state, so that wouldn’t do Team YSL any good in Georgia.