G Herbo Insists He Won’t Get Snitched On Like Other People Did to Young Thug
G Herbo Says His Close Friends Won't Snitch on Him
On Friday (July 21), G Herbo posted a message about sticking to the bro code on his Instagram Story, which can be seen below. Over a black background, G Herbo asserted that his close friends won't tell on him like other people did to Young Thug. G Herbo's statement online follows a plea deal he recently accepted that allowed him to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and making false statements.
“I know foenemmm won't tell on me like n***azzz told on Thug,” G Herbo wrote in the since-deleted IG Story.
Although the Chicago rapper didn't name anyone in particular, he could be referencing Young Thug's YSL RICO trial where several codefendants made plea deals. G Herbo could also possibly be taking a single jab at Gunna, who has been accused of snitching as part of his plea deal in the YSL RICO case.
G Herbo Takes Plea Deal in Wire Fraud and Identity Case
On Wednesday (July 19), XXL obtained documents that were filed by prosecutors in the U.S. District Court in Springfield, Mass. The rapper, whose real name is Herbert Wright III, is expected to serve five years in prison fro his crimes. He will also have to pay a $250,000 fine, a mandatory special assessment of $100, restitution and forfeiture to the extent charged, according to the legal agreement. G Herbo's plea deal is still being finalized and needs to be approved by the judge. A plea hearing, which will be overseen by U.S. District Judge Mark G. Mastroianni, is potentially scheduled for July 27.
The original 14-count indictment for the federal fraud case includes G Herbo, Antonio "T-Glo" Strong, Southside Chicago rapper Joseph "Joe Rodeo" Williams and alleged co-conspirators Steven Hayes Jr., Demario Sorrells and Terrence Bender. In 2020, G Herbo and the other men were accused of using stolen credit cards, which equates to $1.5 million in fraudulent charges for luxurious goods and services. G Herbo got the plea deal after he was ordered to appear in court on Wednesday for a separate gun charge in Chicago.
The rapper's federal fraud crimes occurred over a four-year period. Trips on private jets, limousine rides, exotic car rentals, a vacation at a villa in Jamaica and the purchase of two designer puppies in Michigan in 2017 were part of the charges made with stolen credit cards.