Young Thug to remain in jail after judge denied bail following the prosecutors’ assertion that the ‘Go Crazy’ rapper is the most dangerous YSL member.

Thug will remain locked up until Jan 2023.

According to TMZ, on Thursday, June 2, Thug and his legal team argued for bail in a Georgia court and lost, as prosecutors claimed the rapper was the most dangerous of the 28 Young Stoner Life members arrested in the widely-reported Georgia RICO case.

Also argued in court was for Thug’s lawyer, Brian Steel, to be removed from the case, with prosecutors arguing that his previous ties to YSL created a “conflict of interest.” However, Steel is to remain.

Music entrepreneur and CEO of 300 Entertainment, Kevin Liles was present during Thug’s hearing, where he testified on the rapper’s behalf, telling the judge about Thug’s philanthropic endeavours as well as his influence in the community and that he was willing to co-sign Thug’s bond.

Furthermore, Garfield Larmond, a witness who happens to be a part of Thug’s management team, also testified that he was indeed present during the rapper’s arrest and that there were no weapons in Thug’s possession.

Prior to the hearing, fellow artists including Lil Baby, Chris Brown, Meek Mill, Cordae, and more publicly, Metro Boomin have taken to social media to demand the release of Yung Thug.

Meanwhile, the Fulton County District Attorney has asserted that the YSL crew could be a gang linked to 50 murders in the region.

Stay tuned to YEEEAAH! Network for more updates as the story develops.