YSL’s Tick, Young Thug’s eight co-defendant takes a plea deal instead of facing the court in Young Thug’s RICO case. Tick testified claiming Young Thug asked him to beat up or shoot a particular victim but Tick refused and Young Thug reacted angrily at Tick’s hesitation.
Tick allegedly made damning allegations against YSL top man Young Thug and he accepted a plea deal instead of facing the court, making him the eight co-defendant to do so. Young Thug’s RICO case has endured a lot of twists and turns, and this is just the latest in the series of surprising events. Tick offered details about Young Thug being apprehensive with his crew members on a group chat for not beating up or shooting a victim. Tick, real name Trontavious Stephens, claimed that YSL crewmates sold drugs at two Atlanta gas stations. Also, he provided an idea of what Young Thug’s jabs looked like.
Moreover, Stephens pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to violate the RICO Act in Georgia. The court sentenced him to ten years, with two of commuted time served and eight of probation. The 29-year-old joined Gunna, Slimelife Shawty, Lil Duke, and Thugger’s brother Unfoonk as members who took a plea deal.
It remains to be seen where the RICO trial turns next, but it is not looking good for the “Lifestyle” superstar Young Thug.