Judge Rules Lyrics Can Be Used In Young Thug’s RICO Trial

When rappers go on trial, prosecutors often use their lyrics against them as evidence of criminal activity. It’s a controversial tactic, one that’s been curtailed by lawmakers in New York and California. The argument is that not everything people say in songs is strictly nonfiction and that talk of breaking the law in rap music is often creative license rather than autobiography.


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