Young Thug & Gunna Has Not Been Announced To Bond Out Of Jail

Young Thug & Gunna Has Not Been Announced To Bond Out Of Jail ...

When Young Thug, Gunna, and several other YSL affiliates were detained under a Georgia RICO Act, the hip-hop world grew in a stormy way. Now the famous rappers must remain in jail.

Young Thug was denied parole from an Atlanta jail on additional drug and illegal guns charges. It took a lot of effort to free him as he awaits trial in a larger case involving dozens of suspected gang members. In the larger RICO case recently disclosed, the rapper has yet to have a bond hearing.

A Fulton County judge has refused to bond for the new charges, according to court records. They were added to the criminal records of Young Thugs based on things he discovered during his arrest on Monday. Possession of drugs and unspecified illegal weapon, such as a machine gun, are among the new charges.

In the separate, more comprehensive case presented Monday, the chart-topping rapper, whose actual name is Jeffery Williams, has yet to have a bond hearing. The rapper, along with several others, is accused of conspiring to violate the states Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act by reportedly being a member of Young Slime Life.

The decision to approve Young Thugs'' escape while waiting for trial is unclear. The new accusations are technically different from the RICO case, and it''s unclear whether the judge will make his choice changed if Young Thug gets a bond in the larger case. A request for his lawyer was not immediately returned.

Gunna was also denied bail, despite the fact that he was only charged with one count of conspiracy in the RICO case. Other allegations hes contemplate include involvement in a criminal street gang, possession with the intention to distribute, and theft by receiving stolen goods. Prosecutors are also expected to use the lyrics from the rappers as evidence.

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