Young thug’s brother denies kidnapping after accepting plea agreement

young thugshis brother is denying that he stole after receiving a plea agreement in the ongoing RICO lawsuit against the rapper and him Young Slime Life (YSL) street gang, after his release this week.

On Tuesday, Quantitative Grierknown by the stage name unacquaintedpleaded guilty to one county violation of the RICO Act as well as one count of theft by receiving stolen property, according to WSB-TV.

Young thug’s brother accepts plea deal for immediate release from prison, denies theft charges

Unfoonk was sentenced to 12 years in prison, but has now received two years of reduced sentence along with 10 years of probation, the newspaper reported.

Shortly after his release on Tuesday, Unfoonk posted a statement to his Instagram Stories in which he denied the accusations of defaming his brother.

Unfoonk took to his Instagram Stories shortly after his release to respond to those accusing him of criticizing Young Thug, asking anyone to “show me the paperwork (that) I told anyone.” anyone”.

“Damn people really think I spoke to my own brother,” he wrote. “show me the article I told anyone lol, I don’t even care about any of that, peace and blessings.”

Unfoonk’s release is subject to several conditions, including community service, curfew

Although Unfoonk was actually a free man on Tuesday, there were a number of conditions he had to meet as part of the plea agreement, including 750 hours of community service.

He also cannot possess any firearms or commit any crimes, and there is a curfew from 10pm to 6am. He is not allowed to contact his brother or any of the other accomplices in the indictment until the case is closed.

Another part of the terms of his release is that he must testify if required, yet he maintains the right to invoke his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination. , according to the source.

As of Tuesday, Unfoonk is the fifth defendant to receive a plea agreement in the YSL Rico case to date.

Meanwhile, YSL colleague defendant and rapper Gunna pleaded guilty to one fraud conspiracy last week, and was similarly released after being sentenced to four years with one year already served.

Gunna’s release terms also include 500 hours of community service, according to the outlet.

Gunna and three other YSL accomplices also accepted plea agreements ahead of the upcoming January 9 trial

He accepted Alford’s plea, meaning he did not admit to having committed any crimes but admitted there was enough evidence against him to plead guilty.

Gunna was similarly charged for criticizing his accomplices and also issued a statement denying the charges after his release, Shade room previous report.

“While I have agreed to remain honest, I would like to make it clear that I do NOT make any statements, do NOT interview, do NOT cooperate, do NOT agree to testify or testify for or against any person. any party to the case. and has absolutely NO intention of participating in the trial in any way,” he wrote.

Gunna and Young Thug attend the 2021 Rebel Summit at 787 Windsor on November 13, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Picture by Prince Williams/FilmMagic)

Gunna went on to say that “the focus of his YSL was on entertainment – rap artists wrote and performed music that exaggerated and ‘glorified’ urban life in the Black community.”

YSL co-founders Walter Murphy, Slimelife Shawty (Winnie Lee) and Lil Duke (Martinez Arnold) also accepted the plea, leaving 23 defendants behind as the January 9 trial approached.

However, it is unlikely that Young Thug will be offered a guilty plea, with prosecutors considering him “the target of this case” and will likely seek a sentence that leads to a prison sentence, according to the reporter. based in Atlanta George Chidi.


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