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Lil Zay Osama Released On Bail

Lil Zay Osama Released On Bail

Lil Zay Osama Released On Bail. Last month, rapper Lil Zay Osama was arrested for gun possession. Recently, he announced his release on bail.

Lil Zay Osama Out On Bail

Lil Zay Osama Released On Bail. The Chicago rapper found himself behind bars on a count of gun possession.

Apparently, he left the weapon in an Uber during a ride to the studio. Specifically, a Glock 22.40.

According to HotNewHipHop, the weapon was capable of rapid fire—due to a switch enhancement.

Interestingly, Zay took the liberty of rapping about a new gun purchase just last year on his Danny Block single. The guns are quite similar in description.

Here’s the bar in question:

”Just got a brand new Glock. With a fifty and a switch.”

Additionally, that same song states:

“I hope this song right here don’t get in the hands of the feds.”

Honestly, it’s no secret that rappers are notorious for incriminating themselves. Atlanta rappers Young Thug and Gunna are fighting for their freedom as we speak.

Well, Atlanta prosecutors adamantly utilize song lyrics in court. Whereas, the state of California recently banned the use of lyrics in these cases. Such use can only be necessary.

After a few weeks in jail,  lZO had this to say:

“I’m On A 1Million Dollar Bail Rn Ima Beat This Up Like Rocky Thanks to my lawyer @dawnmflorio. We Locked In 5L.”

Seemingly, the Have You Ever rapper wasn’t pleased with the Instagram backlash.

“It’s crazy i thought people would say free me hoping i do better and wish the best. Yall really in the comments and on blogs saying 20 and 30 plus ima get and yall hope i get time im dum and etc. Don’t believe everything u hear i been out here i know how to move dont believe everything u hear.”

As previously mentioned, he’s currently out on bail. So far, it’s not clear what’s next regarding his case.

Stay tuned for updates!

Lil Zay Osama Released

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