Blac Youngsta Details His Past Legal Troubles On “Court Tomorrow” Video


 

Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta returns and delivers the official visuals to his “Cut Up” Ep’s track entitled “Court Tomorrow.”

 

With Youngsta’s song, art meets reality as the rapper has had his fair share of legal troubles in the past. Back in 2017, the Memphis native was accused of being involved in the shooting of fellow rapper Young Dolph. Police alleged that Youngsta and his team shot up Dolph’s SUV upwards of 100 times. Youngsta would later surrender himself to the police and was charged with multiple counts of felony conspiracy and discharging a weapon into an occupied dwelling or moving vehicle. Throughout the ordeal, He maintained his innocence and earlier this year, the charges against him were dropped.

 

For the clip, the video starts off with Blac Youngsta and his family having one last meal before he turns himself in.  During their prayer, the rapper is transported in the near future to his incarceration where he finds out no lawyer will take his case. Later the rapper finds his attorney and as what happens in his actual case he later finds out through text message all the charges are dropped.

 

Check out the full video above directed by Mike Marasco.

 

 

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