There was a report earlier this week that some of the defense lawyers working on the YSL/Young Thug case have been quitting because they weren’t getting paid what they thought.

Apparently, the public defenders trying to get Thug’s crew off on their RICO charges are making about 15K for their efforts.

The case, which started in January, is likely to run into the fall.

Thug has used his rap money to hire famed local defense lawyer Brian Steel, who is likely charging seven figures for his services.  His homies, however, don’t have such resources.


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