Anything you rap can be used against you!
August 30, 2022

USA attorney to use rap lyrics as evidence

Atlanta’s top legal representative Fanni Willis said she has no plans to stop citing rap songs' lyrics in criminal indictments any time soon, Rolling Stone reports. “I think if you decide to admit your crimes over a beat, I’m going to use it... You do not get to commit crimes in my county, and then get to decide to brag on it, which you do that for a form of intimidation and to further the gain and to not be held responsible” - Willis said during a press conference for a criminal case that does use lyrics as evidence. Her statements come months after Young Thug and Gunna were arrested for allegedly violating the RICO Act. Young Thug's lyrics were cited heavily in his indictment.

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June 01, 2020

Gunna scores his first No. 1 album on Billboard 200 chart with 'Wunna'

Gunna earned his first chart-topper at the Billboard 200 with 'Wunna', which sold in 110,000 equivalent album units, mostly through streaming - 106,000 units, equating to 143.6 million on-demand streams - 4,000 units are credited to album sales. Other debuts on the chart include The 1975‘s 'Notes on a Conditional Form', which enters this week at No. 4 with a total of 54,000 equivalent album units including 39,000 from album sales, Billboard reports.