Fans continue to be shocked and concerned by YNW Melly’s attitude and conduct while he is on trial for the double murder of two people. On Wednesday (June 14), the third day of judicial hearings, the Florida rapper was observed praying and blowing a kiss from his seat. He also blew a kiss from his seat. This follows a few more eyewitness reports and indications of unusual conduct that, at various moments, nearly seem to contradict itself. As an illustration, Melly is said to have shed tears after viewing hospital footage of his victims, who were his associates YNW Juvy and YNW SakChaser. On the other hand, their families were said to have been “disgusted” by his smiling and rubbing his chin as the proceedings were going on during the second day of the trial.
Due to the fact that the trial is being live-streamed, many people on the internet are selecting noteworthy moments to focus on and analyze. Naturally, this results in certain actions or occurrences being blown out of proportion in relation to other testimony or other legal cases that are of a more serious nature. In any event, the high prominence of the case and the enhanced visibility have led to an increasing number of opportunities for public knowledge and accountability. This has been seen by the majority of people as meaning that the general public can now see how YNW Melly is reacting to the entire situation, whether it be for the better or for the worse in relation to his case.
YNW Melly Blowing Kisses In Court
Unsurprisingly, the trial also brought about a massive increase in streams for the 24-year-old. On Spotify alone, YNW Melly’s discography amassed over 2.6 million streams in the 24 hours since his trial began on Monday (June 12). Some of his biggest tracks ever contributed greatly to these numbers, like “Murder On My Mind” and “Suicidal.” In addition, since his 2019 arrest, the RIAA certified 16 more of his records, ten platinum and six gold. No matter how bleak things look in the courtroom, all the attention is netting him a lot of cash.
Sadly, that may amount to nothing, as the Gifford native could face the death penalty under new state law. Many question whether these acts are boastful, mournful, display regret, or are a sign of mental illness. From the other side of the cameras, many will never know for sure.