Lil GotIt has given an update on Young Thug‘s son after the teen posted a worrisome message on social media.

Earlier this week, Thugger’s 15-year-old son (who goes by @livinglike_red on Instagram) took to his IG Stories, where he posted a disturbing message that left fans wondering whether he planned to harm himself or others. “I’m ready to die,” he wrote, following it with a helpless plea, writing “come get me.”

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Once he got wind of the troublesome reports, Lil Gotit of YSL took to his socials to share some clips of the little man cruising and shopping, while letting fans know he was all good. “Aye man, he good. We good,” the rapper said in a clip, featuring the teen in the backseat of a vehicle vibing.

Further, Thug’s son took to his account with a “PSA!,” declaring that he “was just talking” and that he “ain’t thinking about dying any time soon.”

Meanwhile, his father’s YSL RICO trial has taken another turn as Young Thug’s attorney, Brian Steel, filed yet another motion in limine on his client’s behalf.

Last week, court documents obtained by HipHopDX revealed that Steel recently filed a motion where he moved “to exclude any and all recorded jail calls made by anyone other than Mr. Williams as said jail calls are hearsay and/or violate the Confrontation Clause.”

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In a nutshell, Steel claimed that any calls made from behind bars have members of law enforcement sitting in and listening to them, which can then be used in other criminal prosecutions. This suggests — though does not definitively confirm — that these conversations are incriminating in nature, which is why Steel wants them excluded from the record.

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Last month, Steel filed two other motions in limine on behalf of Young Thug. The motions argued that Detective Quinn, who is a witness for the prosecution, will be falsely representing that Thugger (real name Jeffery Williams) snitched to the detective in an unrelated murder case.

Therefore, attorney Brian Steel requested that Judge Ural Glanville exclude Detective Quinn’s testimony, claiming it’s “not accurate, places Mr. Williams’ character at issue, and is irrelevant to the trial of the above referenced case.”

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What’s more, Steel has requested that Glanville exclude any and all 911 calls made by Young Thug in connection to the unnamed murder, and that Young Thug’s “right to a fair trial” needs to be preserved.

Brian Steel also reportedly sought to dismiss the RICO charges leveled against his client and all YSL co-defendants due to the statute of limitations, but it’s unclear if the judge will agree to it.

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That request, which was also filed late last month, argues that the accusations are beyond the statute of limitations for a state RICO charge and need to be expunged from the indictment.