Atlanta Prosecutors Drop ALL Charges Against Rapper Durk … Twitter Thinks He’s Snitching!

Lil Durk will no longer face any charges in connection to the 2019 shooting outside of The Varsity in Atlanta. Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis – who is known as a pit bull for putting rappers in prison – has mysteriously decided to drop all changes against Durk. And Media Take Out has learned that the district attorney’s decision to drop charges against Durk, when the evidence seemed overwhelming, is leading many on social media to suspect that Durk may have a secret deal with prosecutors … and that he could be SNITCHING!!

Lil Durk, whose name is Derrick Banks was charged in connection to a shooting outside of The Varsity, a few days after the Super Bowl in 2019. Durk was facing criminal attempt to commit murder, aggravated assault, unlawful for employed by associated with criminal street gang to conduct/participate in crime, possession of firearm during commission of a felony, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

What’s crazy is that Atlanta police claim to have had video evidence which allegedly showed Durk shooting at men on an Atlanta street. Here’s what the police said, back when Durk was arrested:
Detective: Video shows Lil Durk shooting gun while driving near The Varsity | WSB-TV –

Fulton County prosecutor Fani Willis is the type of prosecutor who doesn’t need MUCH evidence to lock someone up. She currently has rapper Gunna in prison with no bond, despite having no direct evidence typing him to a conspiracy.

So why did she decide to be so lenient with Durk?

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