Yung Bans is celebrating his liberation. On Monday evening (Dec. 2), Bans, 20, advised his Twitter followers that he beat a 2016 homicide cost leveled towards him and that he was now not on home arrest.
“Simply acquired off home arrest and beat my case after four years I feel it’s time to arrange a tour the place y’all need me to come back?” Bans tweeted.
Based on court docket paperwork XXL obtained on Wednesday (Dec. 3), Bans, who was initially charged with the December 2015 homicide and housebreaking of Jose Greer, pleaded responsible to a cost of housebreaking within the first diploma and accepted a 10-year probation sentence for the crime. The felony homicide cost was dropped.
Prosecutors say a then-16-year-old Bans was in a getaway automobile with Maxx Pritchett when Mark Spencer and Lil’ Che Stafford broke into Greer’s Atlanta condominium. In concern for his life, Greer jumped off the balcony of his dwelling and he ultimately died of his accidents. Spencer and Stafford have been convicted of homicide in October of 2018. They each acquired life in jail.
Bans was arrested on fees of felony homicide and housebreaking within the first diploma on Feb. 17, 2016. After being stored in a juvenile detention heart, Bans was ultimately sentenced to accommodate arrest. Since then, the Misunderstood rapper has denied the fees towards him.
In an announcement to XXL, Bans made it clear he is prepared to maneuver on. “That is the beginning of a brand new life for me I acquired nothing holding me again I wanna thank my household and all my followers for conserving me sane throughout this entire scenario. Now it’s time to go up.”
Amid his authorized troubles and beef with rappers like Lil Yachty, Bans has been primarily targeted on uplifting his music profession. Not too long ago, Bans dropped by the XXL workplace in Manhattan to convey his new album to life on a clean canvas.
XXL has reached out to Yung Bans’ camp for remark.
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