‘Wish Me Well’ hitmaker YFN Lucci has had his wish of freedom granted (temporarily at least) by the Georgia justice system after being booked by authorities on murder charges for his alleged involvement in a deadly Atlanta shootout.
As we previously reported, rapper Rayshawn “YFN Lucci” Bennett was detained on murder, aggravated assault, firearm, and other charges last month after he was reportedly involved in a December 10 shooting in Atlanta that left one man (28-year-old James Adams) dead of a gunshot wound to the head and another man (32-year-old Kevin Wright) injured with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Denied bond at his first court hearing related to the matter just a week after his arrest, Monday (February 8) the emcee took to social media to reveal he’d been freed from Fulton County Jail after posting $500,000 bond. In the video (seen above), Lucci shows off his ankle monitor – one of many conditions he must meet in the time between his release and trial date.
According to TMZ, other terms of his release include the surrender of his passport, living in an undisclosed location between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., only being allowed to meet with legal counsel, attend medical appointments, and visit his kids outside those hours, and he must not have any contact with any alleged victims, co-defendants, witnesses, or any others related to the case outside of legal counsel.