Atlanta Prosecutors Coming For LIL BABY . . . He May Be Next Rapper Caught IN A RICO CASE!!

Atlanta’s new district attorney was recently in tears. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has jailed some of the world’s biggest rappers — and now her office may be preparing to come for rapper LIL BABY.

Earlier this spring, Young Thug, Gunna and countless other Young Stoner Life Records artists were named in a sweeping RICO indictment in Atlanta, Georgia. It’s the latest in a series of RICO cases brought against well-known hip-hop artists. In 2021, YFN Lucci was named to the infamous 105-count racketeering charge in Fulton County.

Now the RICO indictments in Atlanta appear to have only just begun. Fans Willis told the media there would be two more gang racketeering charges “within the next 60 days.”

And now Media Take Out gets a glimpse of which gang members and rappers are in DA Willis’ crosshairs. A top-secret document was leaked yesterday showing all the gangs targeted by the Fulton County Attorney’s Office.

At the top of the list was Lil Baby’s record label – 4PF.

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According to a new document obtained by Media Take Out, the Fulton County District Attorney has identified 4PF as a gang connected to the Crips. And the district attorney has been investigating the crew, gathering evidence against its key members – possibly even Lil Baby.

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Fulton County DA Fani Willis made her name — jailing the biggest rappers on earth. She currently has Gunna and Young Thug behind bars and calls these rappers the “leaders” of their respective “criminal organizations.”

Given Fani Willis’ reputation and her apparent political ambitions, People all over Atlanta are counting down the days until Lil Baby is the next rapper to die.

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