Atlanta – His brother confirmed that Atlanta-based rapper Lil Kid had died.
The verified Instagram account of Lil Gotit She posted on Saturday morning: “I can’t believe I saw you die today bro, you did all my cries, I know what you want me to do and it’s tough for my mom Daddy our brothers Naichore and White Boy.”
The cause of the rapper’s death is unknown. He was affiliated with Atlanta-based Young Stoner Life Records.
The 24-year-old, whose legal name is Rashid Render, according to A CV on YSL, born in Atlanta. He signed with YSL in 2018 after a mixed tape garnered attention thug youthwho founded Young Stoner Live Records.
He was scheduled to perform Lil Kid in stunned in bluea music festival in Charlotte, on Saturday.
The rapper’s last Instagram post was promoting an upcoming show in Cairo, Georgia.
He has collaborated with several artists including Gunna of YSL Records, also from Atlanta, for a A song called “Fox 5”.
Lil’ Kidd’s death came days after artists associated with the YSL record label were charged with federal crimes. The rapper was Young Thug arrested for extortion, Jonah is one of several people charged and arrested in Fulton County after an investigation into gang activity.
Young Slime Live, gang investigation (YSL)
Young Thug is a 30-year-old rapper whose legal name is Jeffrey Lamar Williams Arrested Monday in Buckhead as part of a wide-ranging gang indictment who also identified 27 other people, including fellow Atlanta Rapper Gunna.
Fulton County prosecutors allege that the people named in the indictment are members of the Young Slime Life (YSL) gang, which has been involved in criminal activity in the city since 2012.
Jeffrey Williams, his stage name is “Young Thug”, Sergio Kitchens, his stage name is “Gunna”. (Fulton County Sheriff’s Office)
If convicted of RICO, Williams could face up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
What is the Racketeer Organizations Act?
The Innovative Affected and Corrupt Organizations Law, or RICO, to combat organized crime. It was enacted in 1970 after it was signed into law by President Richard Nixon.
Federally, RICO was originally meant to be used to fight the Mafia. It is derived from a list of 27 federal and eight state crimes committed over a 10-year period. These crimes can include fraud, theft, computer crime, embezzlement, credit fraud, investment schemes, human trafficking, illegal gambling, bribery, kidnapping, murder, money laundering, counterfeiting and various drug charges.
The Department of Justice used RICO to dismantle many crime families and root out corruption in many city police departments. Prosecutors also used RICO to try to break up several street gangs and helped prosecute companies that violate federal law.
The RICO laws in Georgia are similar to the federal version, but are much broader in that the criminal “enterprise” does not have to be around for long. Georgia is one of only 33 states that have their own RICO laws. However, in both state and federal laws, a pattern of criminal acts must be established.
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