Atlanta rappers Young Thug and Gunna posted bonds for 30 detainees at Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail this previous end of the week, as indicated by WSB-TV. The rappers told the station most people were being hung on minor offenses yet couldn’t get out on the grounds that they didn’t have the cash. This is where we are from,” Young Thug told journalist Michael Seiden. “We just woke up and went to the jail with the lawyer and, you know, DA’s and the prosecutors, you know, the bonding companies and just got as many people as we can out.”
Thug’s record name, Young Stoner Life Records, shot an enthusiastic video showing the second many prisoners were delivered from the Fulton County Jail and rejoined with their relatives. As indicated by WSB-TV, the recording will be delivered in an impending music video.
“You never know what somebody [has] been through. There [were] people sitting out three or four years and couldn’t get out on a bond,” Gunna said. “If they did the crime, then they can do the time, then it’s all right. But it’s like you’re giving them a bond higher than what they stole,” Young Thug stated.
When the families were brought together, the rappers served them with a home-prepared feast and shared they would have been highlighted in a music video.In spite of the fact that Thug and Gunna didn’t uncover how much cash they spent, they told the WSB-TV this was not a one time thing. They said they plan on doing this again later on and trust different craftsmen will take cues from them.
“It feels so good to the point where you start feeling that’s why God put me here. He put me here to do this,” Young Thug matter-factly.