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YNW Melly’s Manager Says He’ll Be Home in 2 Months

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It’s been almost four years that jailed Florida rapper YNW Melly was charged in a double homicide where he was alleged to have killed two of his crew members, but according to his manager, Melly could be hitting the bricks as soon as March.

Melly’s manager and King Von’s former manager 100K Track recently released a song entitled “Rings”, where Track addresses questions about him becoming a rapper full time and gave an update to YNW Melly’s case.

Stop asking me if I’m a rapper now,” Track said on IG. “I’m everything but a hater get on y’all s*** 2022 all gas and Melly come home in two months y’all better tighten up.”

100Track’s announcement is parallel with Melly’s March trial date, which is long awaited for the troubled YNW leader who has sat behind bars for the deaths of YNW Sakchaser and YNW Juvy since June 2018.

TheSource.com will update this story and follow YNW Melly’s trial throughout its duration.

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YNW Melly’s Defense Team Files Motion For Speedy Trial, Court Date Tomorrow

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According to court documents obtained by SayCheeseTV, Florida rapper YNW Melly’s lawyers have filed a motion for a speedy trial in his double homicide case, which could have him in front of. judge as soon as tomorrow(November30).

It was recently reported that prosecutors requested the DNA of Melly, whose real name is Jamell Demons, in hopes that they have a match of his DNA in the case in which Anthony Williams (YNW Sakchaser) and Chris Thomas Jr. (YNW Juvy) were both killed.

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Paperwork shown say that Demons’ case will be over in the upcoming week. His oral swabs, which must be done prior to all felony cases, will be done today(November 29), which will be in time for his new court date, which is set for tomorrow.

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YNW Melly’s Next Court Appearance Not Until 2021

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According to a confirmed report, YNW Melly, will not appear in court for his double murder trial until the top of 2021.

Melly, whose real name is Jamell Demons, is scheduled to appear at the Broward County Central Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale on January 28th of next year, according to a court document.

“Defendant’s appearance is required and mandatory,” says the court document. “The failure of the defendant to appear on the date and time noted herein shall result in the etreasure of any bond.”

Even though Demons has not been granted a bond, estreature is when a bond is forfeited for not appearing in court. He is currently being held in the Broward County Jail.

Melly is, however, due in court on October 5 for a deposition via Zoom, which “will be taken by any officer authorized to administer oaths by the laws of the State of Florida, and a person who is neither a relative nor employee of such attorney or counsel, and who is not financially interested in this action.”

YNW Melly ws charged with a double murder in the shooting deaths of two of his YNW crew members, 21-year-old YNW Sakchaser and 19-year-old YNW Juvy, last year. Melly, along with co-defendant YNW Bortlen, reportedly staged their deaths to make it look like a drive-by shooting.

Bortlen is currently out on bond awaiting trial.

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YNW Melly Believes He Will Beat Double Homicide Charges in Next 6 Months

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YNW Melly recently told one Hip-Hop blogger that he will be home from jail this year. According to DJ Akademiks who says he spoke to the currently incarcerated rapper, Melly said “I’m coming home 2020.”

The “Murder on My Mind” rapper is currently locked up on double homicide charges in Florida. According to police, Melly allegedly shot and killed two of his former friends while his affiliate YNW Bortlen attempted to stage the shooting as a drive by.

Melly was arrested in February 2019, and plead not guilty in March 2019. Investigators claim they have more than enough evidence that places the rapper at the scene of the murder. Soon after Melly’s not guilty plea, the prosecution moved to seek the death penalty.

Melly’s career was on the rise before he was incarcerated, but it seems to have taken new leaps and bounds after he was the subject of the murder investigation. The “Murder on My Mind” single reached RIAA Gold status while Melly was behind bars.

YNW Bortlen who allegedly staged the murder was released on bond and house arrest on May 23. Melly was recently diagnosed with COVID-19 while in jail but was denied release.

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YNW Melly Believes He Will Beat Double Homicide Charges in Next 6 Months

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YNW Melly recently told one Hip-Hop blogger that he will be home from jail this year. According to DJ Akademiks who says he spoke to the currently incarcerated rapper, Melly said “I’m coming home 2020.”

The “Murder on My Mind” rapper is currently locked up on double homicide charges in Florida. According to police, Melly allegedly shot and killed two of his former friends while his affiliate YNW Bortlen attempted to stage the shooting as a drive by.

Melly was arrested in February 2019, and plead not guilty in March 2019. Investigators claim they have more than enough evidence that places the rapper at the scene of the murder. Soon after Melly’s not guilty plea, the prosecution moved to seek the death penalty.

Melly’s career was on the rise before he was incarcerated, but it seems to have taken new leaps and bounds after he was the subject of the murder investigation. The “Murder on My Mind” single reached RIAA Gold status while Melly was behind bars.

YNW Bortlen who allegedly staged the murder was released on bond and house arrest on May 23. Melly was recently diagnosed with COVID-19 while in jail but was denied release.

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YNW Melly Co-Defendant YNW Bortlen Released On Bond and Given House Arrest

YNM Melly friend and co-defendant YNW Bortlen was granted release on bond this week in Broward County, Florida. Bortlen will be allowed to serve house arrest while word on YNW Melly’s release has not been made public. 

On Sunday (May 24), attorney John M. Phillips, who is co-counsel with Bortlen’s lead attorney Fred Haddad, took to Twitter and shared court documents detailing the approval for Bortlen’s release on bond and house arrest.

The document noted that YNW Melly refused to testify against his co-defendant YNW Bortlen, stating “The court has already found the release of the defendant should occur. Indeed, the state has opposed in every way the release of the Defendant in its determined effort to coerce the Defendant to testify against his Co-Defendant, which he refused to do.” 

Bortlen, born Cortlen Malik Henry, was initially charged with two counts of First Degree Murder and Two Counts of accessory after the fact for what court documents allege his involvement was in the murder of YNW Juvy and YNW Sakchaser. 

Back on February 13, 2019, Miramar, Fla Police Department posted a statement on Twitter accusing Melly and Bortlen of staging the scene of the crime to look as though it was a drive-by shooting. 

With the release of Bortlen, fans are hoping that YNW Melly will receive a bond and/or be released as well. Although reports have surfaced claiming that Melly has a shot to be freed, the victim’s attorney isn’t convinced. 

On Monday, Attorney John M.Phillips, who is representing one of the alleged victims, YNW Juvy took to Twitter where he called the rapper’s fans “beyond delusional” for thinking that Melly would be released. 

The rapper is currently facing the death penalty and prosecutors are not letting up. Melly is set for trial later this year, where a jury will ultimately determine his fate.

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YNW Melly Rides For YNW Bortlen W/ Positive Updates: “I’ll Be Home Soon”

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Florida rapper YNW Melly is keeping hope alive. After moniker-sharing friend and assosciate YNW Bortlen received bond prior to the pair’s trial for the murder of two friends, Melly took to social media to update fans on his situation.

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This past weekend, Melly left a comment on Instagram riding for his day one friend. A post with the same caption was made to his account, where he also promised followers he’d be home soon as well.

“My brudda bout to jump ❤🌎 @ynw.bortlen 🤞🏾 I’ll be home soon 🥶🙏🏾” – YNW Melly’s Instagram

Good News

This past weekend, Bortlen was granted bond and is expected to remain on house arrest until their trial.

According to attorney John M. Phillips, who represents the family of one of the victims, Christopher “YNW Juvy” Thomas, Jr., Melly will remain behind bars until trial. Bortlen was charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of accessory after the fact for allegedly working with Melly to kill their crew members YNW Juvy and YNW Sakchaser. Bortlen will be granted release once he puts up collateral worth “in excess of ninety thousand dollars,” according to legal documents obtained by Complex. He will then be under house arrest, and subject to GPS tracking. Phillips made a statement about the case on Twitter, stating, “The victim’s family understands the release but does not agree with it. They hope for full justice and safety of all witnesses.” – (Complex)

Wait, There’s More

Earlier this year, Melly suffered behind bars with coronavirus. He recently tested positive for COVID-19 back in April 2020 and was reportedly suffering from body aches, headaches, a fever and other symptoms. According to reports, Melly had been getting treated for COVID-19. The rap newcomer was reportedly receiving Gatorade and Tylenol as treatment solutions.

Sources familiar with Melly’s situation behind bars tell us he continues to have labored breathing, body aches and headaches while in Broward County Jail, awaiting trial for double murder. We’re told he still has a high temperature and chills, particularly at night — and is getting Gatorade and Tylenol to ease the virus’ effects. While our sources say Melly’s been isolated from his cellmate, who also tested positive, we’re told jail staff is not checking on Melly every hour as they’re supposed to be. We broke the story … the judge in Melly’s case denied his request for release. He wanted to be able to get COVID-19 treatment on his own, but the judge said he must request special medical treatment from the Broward Sheriff’s Office if needed. (TMZ)

#YNWMelly is reportedly being given Gatorade and Tylenol to treat coronavirus” -SOHH’s Instagram

Before You Go

The rap star’s lawyer Bradford Cohen recently filed an emergency motion for his release for medical care, but it did not receive a green light from a judge. It was filed after his camp claimed the hip-hop rising star was suffering immensely and possibly at risk of getting infected by coronavirus.

In his order, the judge says if Melly needs special medical treatment while in jail, he can request it from the Broward Sheriff’s Office. This should come as good news for the families of Melly’s alleged victims, who opposed the rapper’s release request … stating he didn’t deserve it and could potentially be a threat to them and other witnesses. Cohen says Melly weighs 114 pounds and has NOT been monitored by medical personnel every hour like they’re supposed to. (TMZ)

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YNW Melly Rides For YNW Bortlen W/ Positive Updates: “I’ll Be Home Soon”

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Florida rapper YNW Melly is keeping hope alive. After moniker-sharing friend and assosciate YNW Bortlen received bond prior to the pair’s trial for the murder of two friends, Melly took to social media to update fans on his situation.

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This past weekend, Melly left a comment on Instagram riding for his day one friend. A post with the same caption was made to his account, where he also promised followers he’d be home soon as well.

“My brudda bout to jump ❤🌎 @ynw.bortlen 🤞🏾 I’ll be home soon 🥶🙏🏾” – YNW Melly’s Instagram

Good News

This past weekend, Bortlen was granted bond and is expected to remain on house arrest until their trial.

According to attorney John M. Phillips, who represents the family of one of the victims, Christopher “YNW Juvy” Thomas, Jr., Melly will remain behind bars until trial. Bortlen was charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of accessory after the fact for allegedly working with Melly to kill their crew members YNW Juvy and YNW Sakchaser. Bortlen will be granted release once he puts up collateral worth “in excess of ninety thousand dollars,” according to legal documents obtained by Complex. He will then be under house arrest, and subject to GPS tracking. Phillips made a statement about the case on Twitter, stating, “The victim’s family understands the release but does not agree with it. They hope for full justice and safety of all witnesses.” – (Complex)

Wait, There’s More

Earlier this year, Melly suffered behind bars with coronavirus. He recently tested positive for COVID-19 back in April 2020 and was reportedly suffering from body aches, headaches, a fever and other symptoms. According to reports, Melly had been getting treated for COVID-19. The rap newcomer was reportedly receiving Gatorade and Tylenol as treatment solutions.

Sources familiar with Melly’s situation behind bars tell us he continues to have labored breathing, body aches and headaches while in Broward County Jail, awaiting trial for double murder. We’re told he still has a high temperature and chills, particularly at night — and is getting Gatorade and Tylenol to ease the virus’ effects. While our sources say Melly’s been isolated from his cellmate, who also tested positive, we’re told jail staff is not checking on Melly every hour as they’re supposed to be. We broke the story … the judge in Melly’s case denied his request for release. He wanted to be able to get COVID-19 treatment on his own, but the judge said he must request special medical treatment from the Broward Sheriff’s Office if needed. (TMZ)

#YNWMelly is reportedly being given Gatorade and Tylenol to treat coronavirus” -SOHH’s Instagram

Before You Go

The rap star’s lawyer Bradford Cohen recently filed an emergency motion for his release for medical care, but it did not receive a green light from a judge. It was filed after his camp claimed the hip-hop rising star was suffering immensely and possibly at risk of getting infected by coronavirus.

In his order, the judge says if Melly needs special medical treatment while in jail, he can request it from the Broward Sheriff’s Office. This should come as good news for the families of Melly’s alleged victims, who opposed the rapper’s release request … stating he didn’t deserve it and could potentially be a threat to them and other witnesses. Cohen says Melly weighs 114 pounds and has NOT been monitored by medical personnel every hour like they’re supposed to. (TMZ)

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YNW Melly Rides For YNW Bortlen W/ Positive Updates: “I’ll Be Home Soon”

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Florida rapper YNW Melly is keeping hope alive. After moniker-sharing friend and assosciate YNW Bortlen received bond prior to the pair’s trial for the murder of two friends, Melly took to social media to update fans on his situation.

Melly x Update

This past weekend, YNW Melly left a comment on Instagram to show support for his day one friend, YNW Bortlen. A post with the same caption was made to his account, where he also promised followers he’d be home soon as well.

“My brudda bout to jump ❤🌎 @ynw.bortlen 🤞🏾 I’ll be home soon 🥶🙏🏾” – YNW Melly’s Instagram

YNW Melly shows support YNW Bortlen who is due to be released from prison soon

Good News

This past weekend, Bortlen was granted bond and is expected to remain on house arrest until their trial.

According to attorney John M. Phillips, who represents the family of one of the victims, Christopher “YNW Juvy” Thomas, Jr., Melly will remain behind bars until trial. Bortlen was charged with two counts of first degree murder and two counts of accessory after the fact for allegedly working with Melly to kill their crew members YNW Juvy and YNW Sakchaser. Bortlen will be granted release once he puts up collateral worth “in excess of ninety thousand dollars,” according to legal documents obtained by Complex. He will then be under house arrest, and subject to GPS tracking. Phillips made a statement about the case on Twitter, stating, “The victim’s family understands the release but does not agree with it. They hope for full justice and safety of all witnesses.” – (Complex)

Wait, There’s More

Earlier this year, Melly suffered behind bars with coronavirus. He recently tested positive for COVID-19 back in April 2020 and was reportedly suffering from body aches, headaches, a fever and other symptoms. According to reports, Melly had been getting treated for COVID-19. The rap newcomer was reportedly receiving Gatorade and Tylenol as treatment solutions.

Sources familiar with Melly’s situation behind bars tell us he continues to have labored breathing, body aches and headaches while in Broward County Jail, awaiting trial for double murder. We’re told he still has a high temperature and chills, particularly at night — and is getting Gatorade and Tylenol to ease the virus’ effects. While our sources say Melly’s been isolated from his cellmate, who also tested positive, we’re told jail staff is not checking on Melly every hour as they’re supposed to be. We broke the story … the judge in Melly’s case denied his request for release. He wanted to be able to get COVID-19 treatment on his own, but the judge said he must request special medical treatment from the Broward Sheriff’s Office if needed. (TMZ)

#YNWMelly is reportedly being given Gatorade and Tylenol to treat coronavirus” -SOHH’s Instagram

Before You Go

The rap star’s lawyer Bradford Cohen recently filed an emergency motion for his release for medical care, but it did not receive a green light from a judge. It was filed after his camp claimed the hip-hop rising star was suffering immensely and possibly at risk of getting infected by coronavirus.

In his order, the judge says if Melly needs special medical treatment while in jail, he can request it from the Broward Sheriff’s Office. This should come as good news for the families of Melly’s alleged victims, who opposed the rapper’s release request … stating he didn’t deserve it and could potentially be a threat to them and other witnesses. Cohen says Melly weighs 114 pounds and has NOT been monitored by medical personnel every hour like they’re supposed to. (TMZ)

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YNW Melly Reportedly Given Tylenol and Gatorade in Jail to Treat COVID-19 Diagnosis

YNW Melly, whose real name is Jamell Demons, is suffering from COVID-19 while behind bars in a Broward County jail.

Sources say that Melly has suffered from “labored breathing, body aches, and headaches,” while he awaits his trial for his 2018 double murder case. According to TMZ, Melly is only receiving Gatorade and Tylenol to help with the COVID-19 symptoms. Sources also say that jail staff does not check on Melly every hour like they are supposed to.

On April 2, someone in charge of Melly’s Instagram announced that the Florida rapper had tested positive for COVID-19 while in a Broward County jail.

“Melly has tested positive for COVID-19 today while awaiting his trial in Broward County Jail,” the caption read. “He’ll be filing a motion for restricted release in hopes of better care due to any jails not being prepared to treat this new virus. He hopes for your support and to recover soon #prayformelly send positive energy to him please.”

A week later on April 9, Melly’s attorney had confirmed that a motion had been filed that would release Melly and allow him to receive medical treatment at home.

However, despite Melly’s diagnosis, earlier this week a judge denied his request to seek medical treatment at home. After denying Melly his request to seek medical treatment at home, the judge said that Melly must request “special medical treatment from the Broward Sheriff’s Office if needed.”

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