A judge denied bond for Sergio Kitchens, also known as Gunna, during a Monday’s court hearing for Young Slime Life (YSL) indictment.
Gunna’s defense attorney, Steve Sadow, proposed a list of conditions for the rapper’s bond, including a $750K secured bond, house arrest with electronic monitoring, forfeiture of three properties and that Gunna’s parents would also put up their homes
According to Channel 2′s Michael Seiden, prosecutor Don Geary argued that Gunna should be denied bond because he’s one of the main people of YSL. Geary accused Gunna of being in a command position, directing hits on rival gang members.
Gunna’s attorney fired back, calling those allegations false. He also said Gunna has no intentions of directing hits and even offered to consenting a wire tap on the rapper’s phones.
The judge denied the bond and sided with prosecution, expressing concern over the safety of witnesses.
Sadow responded by telling the judge that no one would be allowed to see his client unless they are on a list. He also said that they will pay to record all conversations.
Gunna has a schedule trial date for January 9, 2023.