Atlanta rapper Young Thug is going the legal route to find out if there’s a snitch spilling the tea on him. New reports claim Thugger’s legal muscle is determined to see if someone is behind giving dirt to Georgia law enforcement.
According to reports, YT’s attorneys have asked a judge to force prosecutors to expose any potential snitches.
YT’s lawyers are demanding any and all info related to potential snitches who might’ve sold their client down the river in his drug case, where he was slapped with 8 felonies. If anyone cut a deal or got leniency in return for snitching on the rapper … the lawyers want to know, and they want names. (TMZ)
Last week, reports claimed Thugger turned himself in to Atlanta police.
Today (Sept. 11), jail documents show he was booked around 2:30 p.m. on five counts of violating the state’s controlled substance act. He’s currently in the custody of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office. It looks like Thugger, born Jeffery Lamar Williams, may have headed back home to Georgia when he caught wind of the warrant, as unhappy fans reported on Twitter that he was a no-show at the J. Cole KOD concert in Denver, Colo. last night, on which he is a guest artist. (XXL Mag)
Recently, reports emerged about cops wanting to get a hold of Thug on an arrest warrant.
The grand jury warrant was issued in DeKalb County after Thug was indicted on a slew of drug possession charges … according to our law enforcement sources. We broke the story, the grand jury rung him up last week on a total of 8 FELONIES! YT was charged with possession and intent to distribute meth, hydrocodone and weed. He’s also charged with possession of amphetamine, Alprazolam, codeine (2 counts) and a firearm. (TMZ)
Outside of his legal troubles, Thug is gearing up to drop his On The Rvn album.
— SOHH (@sohh) September 18, 2018