AceShowbiz - Lil Baby leaves his fate in the hands of god amid rumor that he may be targeted next on RICO case. The 27-year-old shared his response to the report via Twitter on Friday, July 22 when revealing his intention to start an investment group for black millionaires.
"I'm trying to star an investment group for the young black millionaires!!" so the "Yes Indeed" rhymer posted on the micro-blogging site. Clearly optimistic, he added, "We can run the world if we play it right!"
However, one of his followers was more concerned about the possible RICO indictment. "Man you better be [watch] out for that rico everybody keep talking about," the fan warned him.
Seemingly unbothered by the report, Lil Baby wrote back to the fan though, "Only god can judge me [praying hands emoji]." He reiterated his statement in a separate tweet.
When asked on the expansive RICO case involving Young Thug, Gunna and YSL members, Fulton County district attorney Fani T. Willis said last week that Atlanta would see more high-profile RICO cases before the end of summer. She seemed confident that there will be two more gang racketeering indictments "over the next 60 days."
While the D.A. did not say any names, many have since speculated that Lil Baby and his 4PF imprint would be the subjects of the arrest.
Young Thug was arrested in Atlanta on May 9 on gang-related charges. He was among the 28 people associated with YSL who were charged in a 56-count Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act indictment in a state court.
Following a search of his home, he was charged with 7 additional felonies related to possession of illegal substances and illegal firearms. He is currently being held at the Fulton County Superior Court as his request to be released on bond has been denied by the judge. He is ordered to stay in jail until his trial in 2023.
As for Gunna, he turned himself in on May 11 and was booked on a charge of Conspiracy to violate a RICO Act. His request to be released on an "extreme bond that would include house arrest and recorded phone lines" was also turned down earlier this month. He will remain in jail until January 2023, when his trial begins.