The manager of Blueface, who has been known for his controversial comments, accuses the ‘Key to the Streets’ of being a snitch because he’s allegedly on ‘the victim’s side’ in the RICO case.
AceShowbiz -Wack 100 is back with his controversial remark. When weighing in on Young Thug and Gunna‘s RICO arrests, the music record executive suggested that YFN Lucci was the one who was snitching on the YSL Records artists.
Blueface‘s manager brought up the allegation on Clubhouse. “Lucci’s name ain’t this case. Lucci on the victim’s side. So Lucci telling,” he said. “Ain’t none of us know how this s**t about to go.”
“These people ain’t show their real hand yet,” Wack 100 further claiemd. “They showing the bare minimum my n***a. Remember I told you that. I hope [Thug] do come home, but we’re just being real about it.”
Thug was arrested on May 9 at a Buckhead mansion after the home where he was at was raided. Two days later, Gunna turned himself in to police as he was named among 28 people associated with YSL who were charged in a 56-count RICO indictment. He surrendered to authorities in Fulton County and has since been charged with one count of conspiring to violate RICO.
The conspiracy charge stems from an alleged incident that occurred on January 24, 2013 while the gang charge is connected to an alleged offense from May 12, 2018. He is also accused of commissioning the use of a 2014 Infiniti sedan that he rented from Hertz and was used in the 2015 murder of 26-year-old Donovan Thomas Jr.
As for Lucci, he has been detained in the Fulton County Jail since April last year following an arrest for violating his probation in a murder case. The “Key to the Streets” spitter was the driver of the vehicle that was in an area in Atlanta where a rival gang was known to hang out.
At the time, two people in the car reportedly shot in the area using assault-style rifles, resulting in one person killed and someone else injured. For his involvement, Lucci faces charges of murder, aggravated assault, unlawful for person employed by/associated with criminal street gang to conduct/participate in a crime and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony (person of another).
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