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Fredo Bang & Lit Yoshi arrested – with one wanted over ‘attempted murder’ after NBA YoungBoy targeted at Trump resort


RAPPERS Fredo Bang and Lit Yoshi have been arrested after NBA YoungBoy was targeted at one of Donald Trump’s resorts.

The pair were booked in Miami-Dade on Thursday afternoon, just hours apart.

Fredo Bang was arrested on Thursday
Lit Yoshi was wanted on an attempted murder charge

The rappers – whose real names are Fredrick Givens and Mieyoshi Young – both had out-of-state warrants out for their arrests.

Young, aka Lit Yoshi, was wanted on an attempted murder charge in Louisiana. He was booked just after 12pm.

Givens was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center just two hours later, however it is not clear what his charges were.

He was set to perform at Rolling Loud hip-hop festival in Miami Gardens on Friday.

The pair are associated with rap group Top Boy Gorilla. They had reportedly been feuding with rapper NBA YoungBoy’s crew in Louisiana.

Detectives were trying to speak to Givens and Young about the feud two years ago after someone in a passing car opened fire on YoungBoy.

NBA YoungBoy was outside of Donald Trump’s International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach at the time.

The gunfire also wounded the rapper’s girlfriend and three innocent bystanders – a man, his girlfriend and her five-year-old son.

One of the stray bullets also killed Mohamad Jradi, 43, who was a Hertz rental car employee.

No one has been charged in Miami-Dade for the shooting, however, prosecutors in Louisiana have linked Young and the TBG group to the incident.


A judge reportedly ruled that there is evidence of the Sunny Isles Beach shooting that could be used against Young – who is currently awaiting trial for an attempted murder case in Baton Rogue, the Miami Herald reported.

Prosecutors said that the shootings in the different locations all stem from the same rappers’ feud, according to the outlet.

“Once again, the motive and intent is retaliation against NBA by Edwards, a TBG member,” a prosecutor wrote, according to the outlet.

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