- Rising Toronto rapper Yung Lava argued coerced to kill on Wednesday (June 23).
- After being found in Minnesota with 67 firearms and ammo in his vehicle, National Post reports.
Yung Lava — real name Dayne Adrian Sitladeen — was pulled over by a Minnesota State Trooper in January for speeding in a leased pickup truck when he was going somewhere in the range of 95mph and 100mph in a 75mph zone on Interstate 94.
The 29-year-old was on Toronto’s Most Wanted rundown at that point, with police declaring him as an outlaw in 2019 for the shooting and killing of Blain Grindley in Toronto’s Rexdale area. However, the 29-year-old rapper recently showed up in a narrative featuring Drake that reprimanded Toronto firearm violence.
Yung Lava, alongside a man named Muzamil Aden Addow, driving the truck, was wrongfully ventured out to the U.S. Addow was one of four men blamed for seizing an affluent Chinese understudy north of Toronto in 2019.
The two men initially argued not liable, with legal advisors guaranteeing infringement of their sacred rights and a movement to excuse the charges. However, just one of the movements recorded wound up being removed, prompting Yung Lava to change to a liable request and conceding to the firearms in the truck and his unlawful status in the country.
“I will discover you intellectually skillful,” Judge Nancy Brasel said concerning his supplication understanding. “You’ve posed great inquiries here today. I acknowledge your request and see you as liable as charged.”As an outcome, he could spend a limit of 10 years in jail with a mighty $250,000 fine.
Condemning rules by investigators propose 70 to 87 months in a correctional facility, with the safeguard figuring 46 to 57 months. Yung Lava’s most recent collection Hood Politician was delivered in May. His video for “Discussion” has over 1.3 million YouTube sees, with “It’s My Turn Freestyle” additionally piling up 1.2 million perspectives on the stage.