Gunna has been in jail for months now due to the RICO case that indicted Young Thug and other members of the YSL crew. The case has now taken an ugly turn as video surfaced online during one of the hearings. In the video, a judge can be seeing threatening to have Gunna’s family arrested for heckling.

This comes days after the rapper’s team filed for a bond for a fourth time after three previous unsuccessful attempts. In the clip that has been doing the round on social media, a judge when addressing the speed of the case, can be heard telling hecklers to leave or get arrested.

“The only thing I can potentially do-” said Judge Ural D. Glanville in the video, “like I said, I will try the case as expeditiously as possible. But at this point in time, I don’t find any change in circumstances that would move me from changing my decision as to bond.”

It was at this point where people in the gallery were heckling. The judge asked the people to control themselves or leave,

“If anybody’s in the gallery, and you can’t otherwise control yourself or you want to make inappropriate comments, then you can leave at this point in time. No harm will come or nothing else will occur.”

After several people left the courtroom, the judge raised his voice and said, “But if you remain in this courtroom and make any outbursts, I’ll have you arrested.”

In May 2022, Gunna was among 28 people associated with YSL who were charge in a 56 count RICO indictment. Since then, Gunna has applied for bond three times but denied every time. Several high-profile celebrities such as Kim Kardashian have been advocating for his release.

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Sunil Joseph

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