Blac Youngsta: Charges Dropped Over Young Dolph 2017 CIAA Shooting
Two years ago Blac Youngsta and Young Dolph were involved in a highly publicized beef, including Yo Gotti; and while each attended the 2017 CIAA festivities in Charlotte, NC, after an alleged attempted shooting on Dolph, which riddled his bulletproof truck with 100 shots, Youngsta ended up with five counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied/moving vehicle, belonging to Dolph.
While maintaining his innocence, Youngsta told XXL following the incident, “I’m going to get to the bottom of a lot of this sh*t once I beat this [case]. People talk and try to put sh*t together and make sh*t up, but at the end of the day I know for a fact that everybody is going to be looking crazy as hell when this sh*t is all over with.”
Fast forward two years later and Youngsta appears to be right; this as his attorney, Arthur Horne, sent him a text, which he uploaded to Instagram, sharing the news that “all of your charges in Charlotte have been DISMISSED. It’s time TO celebrate A victory. [..] It’s no coincidence that right when you dropped your new single, your cases were DISMISSED. Look at God working.”
In addition, he writes, “I told you when you brought me on your case, losing was not an option. We’ve sacrificed sleep working on your case because I’m not your lawyer, this was a family fight lil bruh.”
Additionally, see the text shot below.
I’m humbled and grateful to have clients and friends like Yp Gotti and Blac Youngsta who put their faith in me to take care of them in my practice. This text message from me to Youngsta was the backdrop at Blac… https://t.co/3LthtLGMvW
— Arthur E. Horne, III (@arthurhorneiii) May 13, 2019
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