Yung Joc explains the parameters of snitching

After YSL RICO’s indictment, treason has become a hot topic, but Yung Joc says there’s a difference between treason and legitimately trying to get justice.

“I just feel like sometimes people don’t get the whole concept of no snitching. If one of my family members or someone under my care, under my umbrella, under my family tree is senselessly murdered and I see you but the police catch you? So you gotta ask the streets, should I say, “No, he’s not,” so he’s leaving? And if he goes, what will happen? Either I or someone associated with me will retaliate and seek revenge for this person we lost,” he told DJ Vlad.

He continued: “Now if you go and kill him, he dies and now another of us will be locked away or possibly killed trying to kill him. If the police already have him, it’s his crime and I can actually do justice to the people on my side,” he said. “It’s not a snitch. People say when they take a stand, ‘Oh, you shouldn’t be joining.’ What ungoverned society do you live in? The average person who talks like this probably doesn’t even have a bank account or pay taxes. There is a certain separation.”

YSL rapper Gunna has been shunned from the streets for allegedly whistling. It was revealed last week that Young Thug’s opponent, YFN Lucci, refused to testify against Thugger in court.

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