The trial of Young Thug and the YSLs who didn’t take deals is expected to run for much of the rest of the year.

It turns out some of the lawyers who signed up for the case aren’t going to be there for the long haul.

Multiple lawyers have quit the YSL defense against RICO charges because they haven’t been paid as much as they believed they were going to get.


There is no indication that Young Thug’s main lawyer Brian Steel, who is said to be getting paid in excess of $1 million, has left the case.


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