Gunna, aka Sergio Giavanni Kitchens, turned himself into authorities on May 10 following Young Thug’s arrest on RICO charges. This arrest comes just a few days after the previous one, in which another member of the YSL, Thug, and 27 others were taken into custody. At this time, it is not obvious whether or not the artist was allowed to post bail and was subsequently released from detention. On May 11, Sergio Giavanni Kitchens made his initial judicial appearance for the case he was involved in. Some reports state that the 28-year-old was held in the same Georgia jail as the other alleged gang members at the Fulton County facility. After Gunna was taken into custody, a photograph of him was uploaded to the internet, where it rapidly garnered a lot of attention. At a press conference on Tuesday, the District Attorney for Fulton County, Fani Willis, stated that the aforementioned organisations were responsible for between 75% and 80% of all significant acts of violence in Atlanta.
Discussion of the illegal accusations against Gunna
Sergio G. Kitchens, also known as Gunna, is accused of participating in street organisations’ unlawful activity. Due to this accusation, he has been charged with conspiring to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. The rapper, along with Young Thug and several other members who have been detained, is accused of engaging in the trade of stolen property. In addition to that, they were accused of both the distribution and possession of illegal substances. Moreover, TMZ reported that the life of the musician YFN Lucci was in danger due to their collective actions.
The RICO indictment is 88 pages long and contains 56 charges, but Gunna is only implicated in one. According to a report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a proposal has been submitted to approve Gunna’s bail. In a statement, he asserted that the accusation gave the impression that his music was involved in some kind of unlawful scheme. Mr. Kitchens, a performer and a humanitarian, is responsible for establishing the very first free in-school shopping and apparel store. This store provides food and clothing to over 400 children every week. Additionally, Mr. Kitchens sponsors handouts on a national scale for victims of natural disasters and food shortages.
More details about the charges and accusations
Legal representation for Young Thug has also applied for bail. Additionally, the attorney has maintained that Thug is not guilty of the crime. According to Georgia’s RICO legislation, the highest possible sentence for each perpetrator is twenty years in prison. In addition, they risk a punishment up to three times the amount of money they made illegally. However, the district attorney has stated that he will be pursuing the highest penalties possible for these transgressions in a press statement that he has issued. She also suggested the possibility that several of the suspects could be given life sentences if they are found guilty.