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YFN Lucci claims he was stabbed by fellow inmate while in jail


YFN Lucci is asking to be released from jail after claiming he was STABBED by fellow inmate and that there is a ‘price on his head’


YFN Lucci recently filed legal documentation asking a judge to grant him bond so he can leave jail as he awaits his murder trial, TMZ has reported.

The rapper, 31, claimed he was stabbed from behind by a fellow inmate at Fulton County Jail while on a video call last month.

The Wet singer, whose real name is Rayshawn Bennett, also alleged that things have only gotten worse since the alleged stabbing.

Afraid for his safety: YFN Lucci has filed legal documentation asking a judge to grant him bond so he can leave jail as he awaits his murder trial, TMZ has reported

Afraid for his safety: YFN Lucci has filed legal documentation asking a judge to grant him bond so he can leave jail as he awaits his murder trial, TMZ has reported

YFN Lucci claimed in the docs that the unnamed inmate used a ‘homemade shank’ to stab him.

He also alleged that other inmates informed him there has been a price on his head since the alleged incident on February 9. 

YFN Lucci said he would be willing to switch to 24-hour home confinement complete with an ankle monitor if he were to be released from jail. 

The rapper was arrested in Atlanta last year for suspicion of shooting a man in December 2020. 

Inmate on inmate violence: The rapper, 31, claimed he was stabbed by a fellow inmate at Fulton County Jail during a video call (pictured 2019)

Inmate on inmate violence: The rapper, 31, claimed he was stabbed by a fellow inmate at Fulton County Jail during a video call (pictured 2019)

Watching his back: The Wet singer, whose real name is Rayshawn Bennett, also alleged in the paperwork that fellow inmates told him he now has a price on his head

 Watching his back: The Wet singer, whose real name is Rayshawn Bennett, also alleged in the paperwork that fellow inmates told him he now has a price on his head

He also faced racketeering charges in May of last year with the Atlanta Police Department claiming he was a member of the Bloods. 

Despite his desire for a bond, it’s unclear whether a judge will grant his request given that he violated the terms of a previous bond he was granted. 

Prosecutors in Georgia filed legal documentation alleging he went to a strip club and then a recording studio the day after being released on bond.  

Serious charges: The rapper was arrested in Atlanta last year on suspicion of shooting a man in December 2020

Serious charges: The rapper was arrested in Atlanta last year on suspicion of shooting a man in December 2020

The prosecution also claimed that irregular data from his ankle monitor suggested the device had been tampered with so as to conceal the rapper’s actual location. 

On top of all that, they alleged the rapper tested positive for marijuana and opiates, which they claimed was yet another bond violation. 

The rapper’s trial is set to begin in May.  

Bond violations galore: Despite his desire for a bond, it's unclear whether a judge will grant his request given that he violated the terms of a previous bond he was granted

Bond violations galore: Despite his desire for a bond, it’s unclear whether a judge will grant his request given that he violated the terms of a previous bond he was granted

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