Two days after Gunna was set home free after accepting a plea deal, fellow YSL members Lil Duke and Slimelife Shawty are also free.
Twenty-four year old rapper, Slimelife Shawty, whose real name is Wunnie Lee, took to Instagram letting his 436K followers he is a free man.
“Yea I’m home, ain have to snitch to get here d***head. I admitted you slime life was a gang cus it ain’t illegal for no group to be a gang look it up that don’t hurt nobody anybody can be a gang, plus the founder already admitted it stupid,” Slimelife said on his IG Story. “What I pose to say if a founder admitted it. What I den do was say Yes it’s a fact people in ysl commit crimes like murder and ect cus ion no nun bout that.”
Despite Slimelife claiming he did snitch, many of have come out and hit Gunna with the rat label. Tekashi 69 and Booise Badazz voiced their opinions on social media, with 69 also taking it a step further as he appeared on an interview conducted by Wack 100.
“Once you plea guilty, you admit to the crime,” said Tekashi 69. “Once you plea guilty, that’s it, you admitting. You walking into that courtroom, you gonna admit everything you did wrong. So now anything you said is gonna be used against your man. Once I say yes I’m guilty, I was there, once you go under oath in the courtroom your man is dead. You just hung up your man.”
Slimelife wasn’t the only YSL member accepting a plea deal in exchange for freedom. Joe Coscarelli of the New York Times took to his Twitter account explaining the release of Slimelife Shawty and Lil Duke. “Like Gunna, Slimelife Shawty faced just one count: conspiracy to violate RICO,” he tweeted. “Lil Duke of YSL also took a plea deal today a year and a half ago, these guys were on a Billboard No. 1 album.”