Video of a private prison conversation between Young Thug and Mariah The Scientist has been leaked


Video of a private prison conversation between Young Thug and Mariah The Scientist has been leaked

A video showing Young Thug in prison talking to Mariah The Scientist appeared on social media on Thursday. The two were having a conversation, which in theory should have been confidential, but someone filmed them telling each other how much they missed each other, and thought it best to publish it on social media.

The video was seen as disrespectful in particular by Drake, who attacked Chief Judge Ural Glanville, who is presiding over YT’s RICO trial, and bluntly asked him why he put on such a circus.

In fact, Drake claims that the trial involving Young Thug is not impartial and is somehow manipulated and he is not the only one who thinks so.

Regarding the private video circulating on social media, Drake wrote “this is definitely prison misconduct.” And addressing the judge he added “you have taken this talented man and you will not be able to control your employees and you have allowed them to use his personal affairs for their own gain. Has anyone benefited from this video and this is shameful the whole case is a circus. Let YT go free, let him come home and continue to bring light to Atlanta. This is all shameful, but is this a criminal case or social media promotion of Atlanta Ural Glanville?”

Meek Mill also showed his support for Thug and called for whoever posted the video to be sued for violating his rights.


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