Young Thug Named As Gunman Responsible For A 2013 Shooting In A 911 Call Played During Rapper’s Ongoing YSL RICO Trial


In the midst of Young Thug’s ongoing YSL RICO Trial, a startling revelation emerged on Tuesday, Feb. 20 as a recorded 911 call from 2013 implicated the rapper as the alleged gunman in a shooting incident.

As the trial entered its 32nd day, the prosecution presented the crucial piece of evidence—a 911 call made on September 11, 2013. In the recording, a woman identifies Young Thug as the individual responsible for shooting a mutual acquaintance.

The caller emphasizes that the information was relayed to her by someone else and reassures the dispatcher that the victim is no longer in danger. However, she insists on recording Young Thug’s name for the record.

“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 can be heard saying in the recording.

The revelation in the 911 call adds another layer of complexity to Thug’s legal battle. This recent development follows a series of setbacks for the rapper’s defense team.

Just days prior, on Feb. 16, defense attorney Nicole Fegan was arrested in Atlanta on gang-related charges. The charges against Fegan, including participation in criminal street gang activity and criminal solicitation to commit tampering with evidence, are unrelated to the ongoing YSL RICO case.

According to reports, Fegan’s arrest stems from a 2022 incident in northwest Atlanta, where two individuals were shot.

Allegedly, Fegan made direct contact with a suspect in the shooting, informing him of an active arrest warrant and advising him to dispose of his phone ahead of his anticipated arrest by law enforcement.

These latest developments cast a shadow over Young Thug’s legal proceedings, underscoring the gravity of the allegations and the challenges faced by his defense team as they navigate the complexities of the trial.