Young Thug and His Lawyer Groove to ‘Halftime’ During YSL RICO Trial – You Won’t Believe What Happened Next!

Young Thug is continuing to search for moments of joy amidst the ongoing YSL RICO trial. Despite the serious nature of the allegations against him, Young Thug found a reason to smile when he and his lawyer, Brian Steel, vibed out to one of his old hits in court.

The prosecution brought up the 2015 track “Halftime” as evidence of Young Thug’s alleged gang ties. In a video from the courtroom, Young Thug and his attorney could be seen enjoying the classic tune together. It’s heartwarming to see Young Thug finding solace in his music amid the legal battle.

Check out the video below:

Young Thug listening to “Halftime” in court 🎶— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX)May 9, 2024

In recent developments, it has been speculated that Lil Wayne may be called in to testify during Young Thug’s YSL RICO trial. The connection stems from a 2015 tour bus shooting incident where Young Thug is alleged to have hired an affiliate to carry out the crime.

While Lil Wayne’s appearance in court is uncertain, the bus driver from that time, Alvin Lewis, is scheduled to testify on Monday. Lewis previously filed a lawsuit against Young Thug, Birdman, and the accused affiliate over the shooting incident in 2016.

The legal proceedings have taken a twist as Judge Glanville has allowed the prosecution to use a lengthy conversation that Young Thug had with authorities following the tour bus shooting in 2015. Despite attempts by Thug’s legal team to have the interview dismissed, Judge Glanville ruled that the conversation was admissible in court.

These legal battles have put Young Thug’s music career on hold as he navigates through the complexities of the trial. However, fans and fellow artists continue to show their support for the rapper during this challenging time.

Stay tuned for more updates on Young Thug’s YSL RICO trial as the case unfolds and new information comes to light.

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