This week, footage of YNW Melly in a questioning room came out, and many people thought that he may have helped the police in a case related to a shooting in 2015. This week, while Melly was on trial for killing two people, the video of him started to make news. But someone he didn’t expect came to his defense: Wack 100. The music producer said that the prosecutors and D.A. were careless when the video got out, putting Melly’s life in danger.
“I say the things others scared to say. My question is why isn’t the District Attorney or Police chief brought on attempt murder charges when they release interrogation footage that’s only accessible by law enforcement outside of the DA office or the court building?” Wack wrote on Instagram. Wack 100 accompanied his post alongside a screenshot of the alleged footage of YNW Melly in an interrogation room. “his man told ok that’s street politics. But the very politic when acted upon is used to enforce the law‼️”
Wack 100 Demands Answers
Wack 100 continued to explain that with the footage out, YNW Melly could become a target inside of prison. However, he indicated that it could be a bigger ploy to bring down the “223s” rapper. “So now law enforcement releases footage to the public that can only lead to violence happening to this man. Keep in mind he’s still incarcerated . Motive because the active case is going down the drain .Action expose the man so he’s harmed in prison or upon release. Where is this within in perimeters of the law?” Wack continued.
In conclusion, Wack stated, “Documents are public record – Cool that’s within the law. Interrogation footage isn’t public record.” However, as XXL points out, that’s not necessarily the case. In the state of Florida, among other states in America, interrogation footage can be accessible to the media and the public by request.
Where’s The Interrogation Footage Of YNW Melly From?
Alleged video of YNW Melly cooperating with cops in the interrogation room surfaces pic.twitter.com/Y93sOFIfGM
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The footage that surfaced this week related to a 2015 case where YNW Melly was charged for firing a gun at people near a local high school. In the footage, the rapper explains that he acted out of self-defense because another student pulled a gun on him. However, he also shared the last name of the individual as well as details about the firearm that was pulled on him.