L.A. searched YG’s San Fernando Valley house at the beginning of 2020. County Sheriff’s deputies and the rapper was detained for ties to a robbery. No charges had been filed against him prior to today, and his counsel maintained that he would be exonerated of any wrongdoing. According to TMZ on Tuesday, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office has opted not to charge the rapper. According to records received by the journal, “not enough evidence of what defendant did to aid and abet the crime.” “Being present while the crime is insufficient.”
On his 2020 album My Life 4Hunnid, YG spoke briefly about the 2020 incident with the help of his daughter Harmony. “Daddy, the police just came and they’re knocking on the door, looking for you, and they have a pistol in my face, and I don’t like that!” Harmony says in an interlude dubbed “Traumatized.” ” Towards the end of the record, on “Traumatized Interlude #2,” Harmony returns to plead for her father’s freedom after his arrest. “When are you coming home, Daddy?” “She inquires. You are missing me!” says the narrator And please hurry up, because the pigs are killing people, and I’m afraid! ”
In order to provide extra mental health options for low-income Los Angeles citizens, rapper YG, his TeleHealth initiative, and the City of Hawthorne collaborated.