Instagram Gives YFN Lucci Racketeering Charges!
Social media is NOT YOUR FRIEND. Social media is so the FEDS can track and watch your behavior, especially when it comes to the black community and the hip hop community, like rapper YFN Lucci. Continue on to learn more about YFN Lucci Racketeering charges…
CelebnMusic247.com reports YFN Lucci was dumb enough to boast about being in a gang, and guess what the FEDS are watching all social media post so once they get enough evidence, the arrest.
NOTE they watched him for 6 months to a year.
Remember when they used to say “the police ain’t that smart!” Well, they are kind of are smart because they are letting all rappers post photos of guns, drugs, money and so four and then build up a case then arrest you for it. It’s NOT another brutha on the street, it all the dumb rappers out there boasting that they in gangs and gang-affiliated.
Then to make matters worse they can gather up a bunch of people after they watch the interactions and who is following who.
Thanks to YFN Lucci, twelve alleged members of the Bloods were hit Monday with a 105-count indictment that utilized social media posts and songs by one of its members, rapper YFN Lucci, as evidence against them.
What the FEDS will do now is squeeze all the twelve bloods to build a stronger case against Lucci. The problem with Lucci is he got to taste that million-dollar lifestyle, but he boasted about all of it. He is a high-profile rapper, so anyone following him and chopping it up about “the life” has now been arrested.
According to reports, Bennett is out on bond but will be required to turn himself in due to the new charges, all of which fall under Georgia’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.
Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant said:
I think that it sends a significant message, a profound message that regardless of your status that the City of Atlanta and Fulton County in partnership is coming after you if you violate the crimes in our county, in our city.
Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis said the indictments of the Bloods are just the first of several to come targeting street gangs.
Willis told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
This indictment is unprecedented. Period. In Georgia.
Rayshawn Lamar Bennett, 29, best known as YFN Lucci, known for his songs “Key to the Streets” and “Everyday We Lit.”
His attorney, Drew Findling, told Channel 2 Action News Bennett does not belong to a gang.
No matter how his attorney spins it Lucci is guilty of boasting on social media about street life. Remember keep street life on the street NOT ON SOCIAL MEDIA!
To all rappers with a side hustle stay the F off of social media