Young Thug’s brother Unfoonk, born Quantavious Grier, has been sentenced to 9 years and 6 months in prison for violating the condition of his probation stemming from his plea deal in the YSL rico case.
Fans of Thugger speculate that the popular rapper will now likely get substantially more time in prison than his 34-year-old brother.
On Monday (June 5), Judge Ural Glanville had harsh words for Grier, who police caught with an illegal firearm and ammunition last month.
The judge recapped that part of Grier’s condition of release was that he was not to possess a gun. The District Attorney’s office says Quantavious signed an acknowledgment of having a firearm, prohibition of possessing firearms and ammunition and having a Glock 9 in the car he was driving.
“I find that based upon the evidence presented in this case, the state has proven by preponderance to the evidence that you have violated your probation in the three means as set forth in paragraph 4 of the petition,” the judge concluded.
The judge also rejected submissions by Quantavious’s lawyer to consider revocations of two years off his sentence.
“The issue that I find aggravating in this particular circumstance are several. You got arrested with a gun within 6 months of you being placed on probation and I agree with the state that you are not a candidate for probation. All you had to do was complete your probation and do what you are supposed to do. Instead, you were riding around in the car with a gun in violation of your probation and what this court explicitly had a conversation with you about,” the judge said as he pointed out that he is reversing the probation and the balance of 9 years and 6 months will apply for Grier.