Gunna To Remain In Jail Til January Trial After Bond Denied Again

Hip Hop News with Wanda Davidson

Gunna appeared in court virtually on Thursday for a reconsideration of bond, but a superior court judge denied the Atlanta rapper’s request.

On May 9, Young Thug, Gunna, Duke, and several other YSL Records artists and affiliates were named in a sprawling Georgia RICO indictment. Young Thug was one of the first accused artists to be arrested, and shortly after the indictment was announced, Gunna turned himself in as well. On May 23, Gunna was denied bond after prosecutors argued that the “pushin P” rapper is actually a documented YSL gang member and a dangerous leader in the organization.
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Over a month later, Gunna has returned to court for a reconsideration of bond, but the DS4EVER artist has been denied bond once again.


According to WSBTV, the Atlanta rapper appeared in court virtually today in an effort to be released on an “extreme bond that would include house arrest and recorded phone lines,” but due to his alleged leadership role in YSL, prosecutors reportedly urged the judge to keep Gunna in jail so that he is unable to potentially intimated witnesses.