According to a report from Billboard, Judge Ural Glanville denied rapper Gunna bond for the third time, citing that there were still concerns over possible witness intimidation. This comes after prosecutors argued that a co-defendant said he would "whack" someone on Gunna’s behalf.
Gunna's legal team has argued that there is "no evidence" supporting the claims of the prosecutors, as Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis reportedly asked the court to delay the YSL RICO trial date to be moved to late March of next year.
Steven Sadow, Gunna’s co-lead counsel, previously spoke to Complex about filing paperwork last month to argue why Gunna should be released. This included pointing out that the "only serious overt act" Gunna was facing had been dropped.
Sadow stated, "Sergio Kitchens (Gunna) is very hopeful that the Court will now recognize that the discovery provided by the prosecution fails to show his pretrial release poses a significant risk of danger to any person or the community or poses a significant threat to witnesses, and accordingly grants a reasonable bond."