Young Thug Identified As the Alleged Gunman On 911 Call During YSL RICO Trial

The Atlanta rapper was ID'd by an unidentified woman in the 2013 incident.

Young Thug has been identified as the alleged shooter in an incident that took place in 2013, HipHopDX reports.

On Tuesday (February 20), the prosecution team played a recording of a 911 call that occurred on September 11, 2013, by an unidentified woman at the trial.

During the call, the woman first identified Thug, whose given name is Jeffery Lamar Williams, as the shooter of a mutual friend, before clarifying that she was not sure of who that could be.

“They came to my house and told me that the guy who shot somebody’s name was Young Thug, whoever that’s supposed to be,” the woman said in the recording, while also making clear that the injured friend was not in immediate danger,” the woman said.

This is the latest headline that has come from a trial that has been filled with many twists and turns.  Defense attorney Nicole Fegan, who represented defendant Tenquarius Mender, of Thug was arrested on gang-related charges on Friday  (Feb.16).

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The New York Daily News reported. She allegedly made contact with a suspect in the Sept. 27, 2022, shooting of two men, one of whom died from his injuries.

Law enforcement officials claimed that Fegan shared information with the suspect at a preliminary hearing that there were active warrants for his arrest. She allegedly told the unidentified person, who was not one of her clients, to “dispose of his phone as police were going to arrest him.”

Following Fegan’s arrest, her Instagram page drew attention because of her photos of her posing with guns, money, and quotes from the late rapper Big L.

Fegan is currently being held at the Fulton County Jail.

If convicted on all charges, Young Thug could be sentenced to up to 120 years in prison.

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