Rich Homie Quan Subpoenaed For Young Thug Trial

LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 22: Rich Homie Quan attends day one of the 2018 BET Awards Radio Remotes on June 22, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)

Rich Homie Quan has been subpoenaed to testify in the ongoing RICO trial of Young Thug, following a subpoena from the prosecution. According to reports from ThuggerDaily, a social media user, Quan, who previously collaborated with Thug, has been served a summons to appear as a witness. It’s noted that Quan has provided a police statement in the past, which is expected to be presented in court. However, his testimony may not necessarily implicate Thug.

Another figure potentially involved in the trial is Lil Wayne, who prosecutors sought to have testify after attempting to show videos of the rapper discussing Thug in court. However, Judge Ural Glanville refused to admit the videos unless Lil Wayne testified in person. The case revolves around the 2015 shooting of Lil Wayne’s tour bus, with prosecutors alleging Thug’s involvement, supposedly hiring PeeWee Roscoe to carry out the attack. Roscoe’s conviction was overturned in 2018.

Despite speculation, Gunna, another rapper associated with Thug, will not be called to testify. This decision came after the judge ordered the prosecution to streamline its list of witnesses, reducing it from over 700 to around 200. Gunna’s name was removed from the revised list, along with Thug’s brother Unfoonk, who has previously been sentenced to prison time. However, Birdman and YFN Lucci are still listed as potential witnesses.

Gunna has faced accusations of cooperating with authorities to secure a plea deal, which he has vehemently denied. In a statement following his release from jail, Gunna clarified that while he has agreed to be truthful, he has not provided any statements, cooperated with authorities, or agreed to testify in the case. Thug, on the other hand, has remained silent on these allegations.