YSL Defense Attorney Claims He gave Young Thug ‘Street Cred’ With First Ever Felony Charges

Young Thug Defense Attorney Suri Chadha Jimenez
Young Thug in court

A YSL defense lawyer has been causing a lot of talk lately. He claims that he’s the person who gave Young Thug his “street cred.” Basically it means he made Young Thug look tough on the streets.

Suri Chadha Jimenez made this claim during an appearance on the Infamous Sylvia radio show on Friday, September 15. He claimed that he was the attorney who prosecuted Thugga on his first weapons charge back in 2014.

Suri Chadha Jimenez Young Thug's defense attorney
Suri Chadha Jimenez

“I know that, because I prosecuted him,” he said in the interview. “I gave Mr. Thug his first felony. So I gave him some street cred.”

Take a look at his bold statements below.

Fans who have been following the YSL RICO trial might remember Jimenez’s antics from May when he faced numerous contempt charges and the possibility of going to jail. Surprisingly, he had all of these charges dropped, and it was all thanks to some strip club chicken wings.

According to a report from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Suri Chadha Jimenez was charged for arriving late to court on May 9, which resulted in an unfavorable reaction from Judge Ural Glanville. As a consequence of the mishap, Judge Glanville enforced his long-standing rule of ordering Jimenez to purchase lunch for the other lawyers involved in the case.

YSL RICO Case Judge Ural Glanville
Judge Ural Glanville (Chief Judge)

Jimenez was recommended to make a purchase at the nearby sub shop, however, YSL lawyer had different intentions.

In his statement to the judge, Jimenez mentioned that despite Magic City, a renowned strip club in Atlanta, known for being mentioned in popular tracks by notable artists such as Drake and Future, delaying the opening of its kitchen until 3:00 pm ET, he could utilize his connections to arrange some wings for the entire team.

Magic City Strip Club
Magic City Strip Club (Night Club that runs Hip-Hop)

“They made a chef come in early, cook all the delicious wings for us,” Jimenez said, while adding that everyone enjoyed several helpings of the lemon pepper wings and the Magic City brand wings.

“They were hot and ready for me to pick up at the time they told me. They made it happen so I was very happy. I like to support local businesses, I like to support minority employers. I’ve been there many times to show my support for the local community.”