Rapper Young Thug was denied bond at a hearing Thursday in Atlanta for his position in the alleged Young Slime Life clan the. In his declaration of the choice, Judge Ural Glanville said he thinks Young Thug, whose real name is Jeffery Williams, is a threat to the community and will coerce spectators if launched. Glanville said he does not believe in the role of David “some concerns” about Williams being a jet danger. “There have been significant developments in Mr. Williams being a danger to the community” Glanville said in his choice of words. “This was particularly true for” Tiger “, who was born In Italy, the state’s prosecutors have taken evidence from other gang members — people who are in this particular indictment and others who are not in this indictment — that he is the leader of the gang, he is dangerous, and if he crosses them, he will kill them or their families.” However, Glanville said he could not “reconsider” his choice on bond must Williams lawyers download extra movement. On 23 May Williams was initially refused bond, but his lawyer Brian Steel required disaster bond due to the alleged theft “conditions inhumane” Williams has been in prison. Thursday’s listenings were for Steel to proceed as Williams lawyer, after his engagement in the case was sought as a result of a claimed mistreatment “conflict of interest.” Machine Gun Kelly and 300 Entertainment co-founder Kevin Liles both given evidence to the judge that Williams should be launched. Williams involved in the listening via video chat from prison. Williams was imprisoned for a month, together with 27 other members of the alleged Young Slime Life clan (that shareholders the same letters as Thug’s Young Stoner Life record label), for violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. The 56-count investigation also includes charges of murder, Drugs and Weapons, Property, theft, witness intimidation, burglary, theft and drug dealing. Numerous well-known artists were indeed called into the investigation, incl Gunna, He was denied bond in May. The retrial is scheduled for Jan. 9,2023.