The RICO case involving Young Thug and Gunna was set to go to trail in January, but prosecutors asked the judge for a delay.
Link Copied to Clipboard! Share this page The case against the two rappers is set to begin in less than two months. Its reported that 300 witnesses will be called by the prosecution. The impending trial involving Young Thug and Gunna has received an update. The two rappers have remained incarcerated for much of the year as they await their fates. Thugger and Gunna have been named in a comprehensive RICO case that alleges YSL is a gang, not a record label. Legal teams for both rappers refuted these claims, and next year, they are set to go to trial. Today (November 17), Young Thug and Gunna made appearances at court hearings, and both looked to be in good spirits. According to Billboard, prosecutors asked the judge to delay the trial for two months. Young Thugs Attorney Files Motion To Dismiss RICO Case, Accuses D.A. Of Egregious Misconduct: Report It is unjust that Mr. Williams rots in the county jail and is being required to wait on the appointment of counsel for co-indictees, Young Thugs attorney Brian Steel, stated back in October. It has been too long to leave a human being in custody without trial, without discovery, without the statutory right to a speedy trial and without bond. Another point of contention has been the rappers lyrics. Prosecutors have argued that Young Thug hinted at or plainly made confessions in his songs. They want to use this as evidence, but his famous peers are rallying against it.