YFN Lucci has responded after he reportedly refused to testify against Young Thug in the sweeping YSL RICO trial.

Lucci took to his Instagram account from behind bars to subliminally address not coopering with authorities in a post on Sunday (March 26).

“Even in a earthquake we wouldnt break nigga know we solid #Free650,” he wrote.

Many of the “Everyday We Lit” rapper’s friends flooded the comment section calling for his freedom, including Lil Tjay, Waka Flocka Flame, former NFL star Chris Johnson and more.

“Free u,” Tjay added.

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Paperwork also recently surfaced of Lucci allegedly being served with a subpoena while in jail calling on him to testify in the YSL RICO trial in February, but he refused to take the stand, which was contrary to original reports.

Lucci was stabbed by a fellow inmate while in jail in March 2021. Prosecutors allege two YSL associates were behind the attack and worked to get Thug’s permission to make a second attempt on the rapper’s life.

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A judge had initially claimed that Lucci (real name Rashawn Bennett) would have his day in court in May. This has since been pushed back numerous times, and Lucci remains in custody at Fulton County Jail.

The Atlanta rapper first turned himself in to police in January 2021 after a warrant was issued for his arrest in connection to the shooting death of 28-year-old James Adams.

As for Thug, he’s facing the recent heartbreaking loss of his older sister Angela Grier, who reportedly passed away, according to the rapper’s family.

The tragic news comes as the YSL leader — who faces eight charges, including conspiracy to violate the RICO Act and two counts of participation in criminal street gang activity, along with multiple drug and weapons offenses – has suffered a string of bad luck during the jury selection process of the ongoing YSL RICO Case.

As the search for jurors drags on, many potential jurors have ended up being ineligible for jury duty due to strange circumstances.