Quality Control’s Pierre “Pee” Thomas Offers Lawyer $1 Million to Get City Girls’ J.T. Out of Prison Early
J.T. of Miami rap duo City Girls is currently serving a prison sentence for apparent fraudulent credit card charges, with a scheduled release date of December 2019. The CEO of their Quality Control label home, Pierre "Pee" Thomas, hopes to make it even sooner, however, and he's putting up big money in an attempt to do so.
"If Drew can get J.T. out soon, he can get all this money," Pee said in a video he posted to his Instagram Story yesterday. In the clip, we see a briefcase filled with $1,000,000. He made the offer more explicitly in an IG post laying out the terms of the arrangement.
If you didn't know, "Drew" refers to Drew Findling, an Atlanta-based lawyer who has worked on cases for the likes of Waka Flocka, Offset, Ty Dolla $ign and more. He's Pee's lawyer.
Originally slated with a release date of March 21, 2020, J.T.'s groupmate Yung Miami revealed in October that the date had been moved up to its current scheduled date of December 2019, so it's not totally out of the realm of possibility that it can be moved again.
Since her incarceration, Miami has been holding it down for both ladies, and went on to release their debut album, Girl Code, in November. The project included appearances from their QC label mate Lil Baby and Cash Money singer Jacquees, as well as Cardi B on "Twerk," which has a video on the way soon.
Check out the video of Pee's money below.
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