Young Thug’s RICO Trial Begins in Georgia, Streaming Live on YouTube

Young Thug’s RICO Trial Begins in Georgia, Streaming Live on YouTube

November 27, 2023
via pitchfork.com
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Artist / Young Thug
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November 27, 2023
At this point i just feel bad for thugger, there is no way he can come back after the bullshit call to use lyrics as evidence
November 27, 2023
Thugger been eating good, look at this man. Imagine he came out of prison like Gucci did
November 27, 2023
Thugger case finna end before carti drops
November 27, 2023
free my man he ain't do nothing wrong /j
November 27, 2023
free my man he ain't do nothing wrong
November 27, 2023
he’s cooked
November 27, 2023
he never coming back fuck
November 28, 2023
lmaoooooooo
November 28, 2023
November 28, 2023
Regardless of his guilt/innocence, using lyrics as evidence is fucking crazy and it's an awful thing for art in general
November 28, 2023
@The_Noose they didn't even use like ultra specific lyrics, it's just generic gang lyrics
November 28, 2023
using lyrics for a case is so dumb, imagine like eminem or tyler going to trial and they start pulling their lyrics out as "evidence" they'd be getting the chair
November 29, 2023
"truly humble under God" yeah thug aint seeing the light of day
November 29, 2023
@HybridBasil its not dumb because Eminem and Tyler haven't actually done the shit they've talked about with no other evidence to use in combination for conviction. The whole point of this using lyrics shit that you bozos dont see is there's countless other solid pieces of evidence that can be used in conjunction to ensure his guilt is surefire. What a ridiculous cop out comparison
November 29, 2023
@HybridBasil its the exact kind of stupid take I would imagine a teenager would have that has no idea how the US court system works at all
November 29, 2023
i love his music but idk if he should be freed
November 29, 2023
@buckgotthoughts are you defending the US court system?? LMAOO
4d ago
I like Young Thug's tracks, but the problem is that he was so stupid that in his lyrics he described real actions by which he could be tracked and used as evidence in court. As part of my law assignment, I plan to explore how the use of song lyrics as evidence affects legal practice. I recently asked https://essays.edubirdie.com/law-assignment and they prepared an excellent justification for my defense artistic freedom. The prosecution needs to be better prepared and have more than just lyrics.
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