YFN Lucci's Attorney Denies Rumors That He'll Testify in YSL RICO Case

On Thursday (December 29), rumors began circulating that the "Everyday We Lit" rapper would be a witness in the upcoming YSL RICO case.

BYIsaac Fontes
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YFN Lucci is at the centre of the latest developments in YSL's RICO case. Lucci and Thugger have a history of involving themselves in a back-and-forth beef over the years.

Lucci's mother was reportedly shot at some time during their beef. Prosecutors reportedly believe that the So Much Fun rapper subsequently bragged about being responsible in his lyrics.

Young Thug and Gunna attend Onyx Monday Nights hosted by Young Thug at Onyx Nightclub on May 17, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

The song in question is his 2021 collab with the late Juice WRLD, "Bad Boy." "I shot at his mommy, now he no longer mention me," Thug raps in the track.

On Thursday (December 29), rumors that Lucci is on the witness list within YSL's case began to circulate on social media. This stems from a video taken in court. Somebody asks if YFN Lucci is in the indictment, to which someone else responds, "he's a witness. Isn't he on the witness list also?" Another person replies, "right."

However, the "Everyday We Lit" rapper's attorney, Drew Findling is speaking out against these claims.

"Rayshawn Bennett [Lucci], has never been interviewed or subpoenaed by law-enforcement, the Fulton County District Attorney‘s office or any of the party’s regarding the YSL case. Any party can announce for example that Abraham Lincoln is on their witness list, but those words alone are meaningless. So, to be 100% clear, Rayshawn Bennett [Lucci] will not be a witness in the YSL case. His focus, as it should be, is on his pending Fulton County case," Findling says in a statement to XXL.

Earlier last year, the world was witness to Lucci surrendering himself to authorities on murder and gang charges. Furthermore, the Atlanta native claims he was the victim of a stabbing while behind bars in March. Despite requests to see a release, he remains in prison. As does Young Thug, who awaits his trial after several fellow YSL members have taken plea deals. Jury selection will reportedly begin on January 5, 2023.

What are your thoughts on the situation? Comment down below. Finally, make sure to stay tuned in to HNHH for the latest updates in the trial and all other pop culture news.

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