Lucci finally turned himself in on Wednesday night after being wanted for two days by police. There are a lot of surprising reactions to Lucci’s arrest and one is by Young Thug, who Lucci has been feuding with for over four years.
Thug took to Instagram to say that he never wants to see any ma in jail.
Thug And Lucci Publicly Feuded For Years
From that point, the two have traded shots against each other on social media. Over a year ago, Thug’s crew supposedly defaced a grave of one of Lucci’s close friends who died back in 2015. Thug also clowned Lucci’s jewelry that he posted on social media last year.
This serious case may change Thug’s perspective on Lucci now, though.
Lucci Has Been Hit With Multiple Charges In Murder Of 28-Year-Old James Adams
Back on December 10, it was a very scary situation for 28-year-old James Adams, who lost his life that day. He was found on Peeples Street at 5:20pm lying in the middle of a street with a bullet wound to the head.
Charges that Lucci is facing in connection to the shooting are felony murder, aggravated assault, participation in criminal street gang activity, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, according to 11 Alive. He is being held in Fulton County Jail with no bond.
Lucci’s Attorney Says There Is No Evidence Of The Rapper Needing Criminal Charges
Lucci‘s attorney, Drew Findling, recently spoke to TMZ and is confident that Lucci does not need to face any of the charges on the table. It was also found out that Adams was actually part of Lucci’s crew. Before getting shot, Adams was on video yelling “We’re fitting to f*** this city up, man! Yeah, we’re f***ing this city up!”
“Our review of the initial evidence made available to us indicates there is no basis for any criminal charges against Rayshawn Bennett. We will continue our own independent investigation on his behalf.”
Lucci And His Crew Were Riding Around In Rival Gang Territory In Atlanta As Adams Was With Them
Law enforcement added that Lucci and his crew were also actually in gang territory on the south side of Atlanta. They were in an SUV that “entered an oncoming lane of traffic and stopped on the left shoulder, allowing Adams and the front passenger of the vehicle, Ra’von Voyd, to fire multiple gunshots from assault rifle style firearms at people in the rival gang territory.
Adams was shot by return gunfire but was soon “manually ejected from the vehicle a short distance away.” Kevin Wright was another victim who was shot.