The “Type of Way” rapper took to his Instagram Live on Friday (October 20) to directly address the claims, and even offered a reward of $1 million to the first person who proved that he was, in fact, a snitch.
“Did I snitch? N-gga, my name ain’t even on no paperwork, bro,” he said. “Suck my…did you suck one? Get you up outta here man.”
He continued: “Find my name on this paperwork, right here, and I’ll give you a million dollars. We could trade [Instagram] Lives.”
Check out the offer below.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) October 21, 2023
This past summer, Rich Homie Quan’s manager, who goes by Rich Homie Monta, addressed snitching allegations made against his artist.
Leaked footage of the Atlanta rapper started making the rounds online and landed him in hot water because many believe he was caught snitching on Young Thug, who is currently in custody as a result of the ongoing YSL RICO case.
“I don’t think [there’s] a man in this world [that’s] never talked about some type of business or some type of way they felt,” Monta said in a lengthy Instagram video on July 5. “All you pussy-ass n-ggas do that.”
Upset by the situation, he even said: “At some point, all n-ggas done snitched.”
Over the seven-and-a-half-minute video, Monta addresses violence in the Hip Hop community, white people pitting Black folks against one another, and his culture being under attack as a result.
On July 1, Rich Homie Quan was allegedly recorded while talking backstage about Young Thug. Though parts of the audio are muffled, there are some sentences that are somewhat easy to understand. At one point, Quan appears to say: “You can tell Thug had something to do with it. We just can’t prove it.”
In another part of the audio, it sounds like Quan says that he “loves” Thugga but “this shit is deeper than rap,” and that the whole situation was “fucked up.”
Meanwhile, the YSL RICO trial continues on as Young Thug just filed his all-star witness list that includes some of the biggest names in Hip Hop.
Court documents obtained by HipHopDX reveal that the witness list — which was filed by Thug’s attorney Brian Steel on Friday (October 20) — includes names such as T.I. (real name Clifford Harris), Killer Mike (Michael Render), and music business executive Lyor Cohen.
Thugga’s witness list also includes a variety of experts, including investigator Jimmy Martin and cell phone expert Det. Scott Demeester.
In all, there are 45 witnesses, plus “any and all co-Defendants in the above-referenced Indictment,” and “any and all witnesses named in the State’s Witness List as well as any and all witnesses named in the co-Defendants’ Witness List” on Young Thug’s witness list.
The leader of the Young Slime Life movement also filed to have the prosecution’s witness list excluded.
The rapper remains behind bars awaiting trial after having his fourth bond request denied in July. It’s likely he’ll remain in jail until well into next year, given the drawn-out jury selection process and continual delays in the case.
He faces eight charges, including conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and participation in criminal street gang activity, as well as a string of drug and weapons offenses.
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