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One of the co-founders of Young Slime Life (YSL) appeared in court yesterday (Jan. 3) during the YSL RICO trial, taking the stand as a part of his plea agreement in which he would receive a 10-year sentence with two years and time served.

While taking the stand, Fulton County prosecutor Adriane Love asked Stephens about his involvement in gangs, including ROC (Raised on Cleveland) Crew as well as YSL, with Love seemingly getting frustrated with Stephens’ indirect answers about gang activities.

Love then asked Stephens to show the court gang hand signs used by members of Sex Money Murder, which he showed to the courtroom. When Love asked Stephens, “Have you ever falsely claimed ‘Sex Money Murder?’,” he admitted that he claimed false allegiance to the set. 

The post [WATCH] YSL Co-Founder Takes Stand In YSL RICO Trial To Demonstrate Gang Signs first appeared on The Source.

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