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Lit Yoshi Pleads Guilty, Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison

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Lit Yoshi Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison After Pleading Guilty To Charges In Two Gang Related Shootings

TBG Affiliate Lit Yoshi Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison After Pleading Guilty To Charges In Two Gang Related Shootings

Baton Rouge rapper Lit Yoshi plead guilty thursday to charges related to two separate g*ng- related sho*tings .

Lit Yoshi, whose real name is Mieyoshi Edwards, was found guilty of charges stemming from two shootings – one in 2019 and another on July 4, 2020.

Edwards was sentenced to 15 years in prison at hard labor, followed by three years of active supervised parole, according to court records. The rapper was charged with aggravated as*ault with a fire*rm connected to a 2019 sh*oting on Avenue L.

He was also found guilty of attempted first-degree mur*er and assault by drive-by sho*ting after a July 4 altercation outside an apartment complex on Greenwell Springs Road.

According to The Advocate, Lit Yoshi’s DNA was detected on evidence found in his Florida home.

Prosecutors cited guns found at Lit Yoshi’s home as one of the reasons for his bond to be revoked. The 23-year-old artist’s legal team contended the firearms didn’t belong to him when they filed to reinstate his bond in December.

The incidents were allegedly related to the beef between NBA YoungBoy’s Never Broke Again crew and TBG a.k.a. Top Boy Gorilla. Lit Yoshi and Fredo Bang are notable members of TBG.

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