Exclusive: Atlanta Prosecutors Build RICO Case Against Durk . . . Indictment SOON . . . He Quits IG!!

Rapper Lil Durk is one of the biggest hip-hop stars on the planet — but he could end up in jail. Media Take Out spoke to two people close to the rapper, who let us know that Durk’s legal team is closing the doors and awaiting a possible criminal charge against the rapper.

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Fulton County’s chief prosecutor, Fani Willis, is making a name for herself by indicting hip-hop stars, claiming they are the leaders of criminal organizations. Her office has already indicted top rappers Young Thug and Gunna, indicting them under Georgia’s RICO statute. Every rapper is currently in prison without bail and faces more than 20 years in prison.

Media Take Out has now learned that Durk’s lawyers are warning him about it HE IS PROBABLY THE AGGRESSIVE PROSECUTOR’S NEXT TARGET.

Fani recently spoke out, telling the media that two more RICO cases are expected in Atlanta in the next 60 days. Durk and his girlfriend India both live in Fulton County.

A person close to Durk’s team spoke to Media Take Out and explained what the Chicago rappers’ legal team told him. The insider explained “Durk’s attorneys say Georgia prosecutors have arrested people [associated with Durk’s label] OTF and offer them deals to flip Durk.”


The insider continued, “It’s only a matter of time before someone comes along [flips] and accepts a deal to implicate Durk.”

Another person close to the rap camp tells Media Take Out that Durk is 100% innocent and all charges against him are lies. This insider told us, “They’re trying to link Durk to a gang. He’s not in a gang. OTF is a label, not a gang.”


And we’re told that Durk’s team isn’t sitting back and waiting for the indictment. The legal team has increased its staff and is preparing for an all-out war with prosecutors – if charges are brought.

And Durk appears to be taking action, too. Media Take Out confirmed that Durk shut down his Instagram page over the weekend and deleted all previous posts – which could link him to someone being watched by Georgia prosecutors. His Instagram page had tens of millions of followers and was instrumental in pushing the rapper’s music forward.

Durk left this ominous message to fans before shutting it down, saying he’s taking a break.”:

For those wondering what a RICO is. Well, Media Take out did some digging and looked at the explanation below.

The RICO case was invented to catch mob bosses. The problem with catching crime bosses was that they stayed so far removed from the crime that there was nothing to charge them with. They didn’t break this guy’s leg and blackmail him, some low level guy did it and he was willing to do 5 years and not say shit.


A RICO works well against criminal organizations and especially rappers because you don’t have to have committed an actual physical crime to be charged with it. The public prosecutor only has to prove that you were A) a member of a criminal organization B). at least two minor crimes at some point To further the goals of these criminal organizations, they can charge you with any crime that everyone is accused of. These petty crimes, in the case of a rapper, usually consist of “funding” illegal operations—that is, giving money to known gang members.

Suppose a certain gang is under surveillance by the authorities. After some time, the prosecutors collect evidence to arrest one guy for drug offenses, one for murder, one for extortion and so on and so on. They can sue ANY MEMBERS OF THE GANG, including any rappers associated with the gangwith essentially every crime by charge of “extortion”.

It’s a whole bunch of legal mumbo-jumbo – with questionable constitutionality – but that is the essence in the simplest sense

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