Young Thug’s YSL Trial Livestream Interrupted by Hacker Who Yelled ‘Free Thug’ and ‘Mistrial’



During the 16th day of the YSL trial, a disruption occurred as a fervent Young Thug fan infiltrated the Zoom proceedings, passionately demanding the rapper’s release. This unexpected incident unfolded just before the trial’s lunch break and was captured on the Law & Crime Network livestream. The disruptor repeatedly shouted, “Free Thug, mistrial!” while Judge Ural Granville chose to overlook the outburst.

As court adjourned, the persistent cries of “Free Thug, mistrial!” continued, prompting the livestream to be abruptly cut. Legal affairs reporter Meghann Cuniff, known as “Meghann Thee Reporter” for her coverage of Tory Lanez’s trial, shed light on the disruption on X. She also hinted that Thug’s supporters should hope for an acquittal.

Notably, this interruption isn’t the strangest occurrence during Thug’s YSL trial. On January 2, the Punk rapper sported a mysterious device beneath his sweater, complete with a dangling wire. The courtroom fashion saga continued on January 8 when Thug appeared in a white dress shirt adorned with the words “Sex Records.” In December, he conveyed a message of affection to his apparent girlfriend, singer-songwriter Mariah the Scientist, by mouthing “I love you” while biting his lip.

Thug faces multiple charges related to his YSL record label, including allegations of participating in criminal street gang activity and violating Georgia’s RICO Act. The trial is set to resume on Thursday, January 11, promising further twists in this legal saga.


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