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Rapper Young Thug’s older brother was sentenced to 9 years and 6 months in prison for violating the terms of his probation.

Quantavious Grier, a.k.a. Unfoonk (right), was arrested on May 4. He was charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and unlawful association with a criminal street gang.
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In December, Grier accepted a plea deal to avoid prison time in his brother’s YSL RICO case. He agreed to serve 10 years probation and 750 hours of community service in exchange for his freedom.

Grier was not allowed to carry a gun or commit any more crimes. And he was not allowed to contact his brother or other gang members until the case is over sometime in 2024.

However, prosecutors say Grier violated the terms of his plea agreement by carrying a concealed weapon and continuing to associate with known gang members.

On Monday, a fed up Judge Ural Glanville sentenced Grier to serve the remainder of his 10 year probation — 9 years and 6 months — in prison.

During Monday’s sentencing, Judge Glanville said Grier also failed to pay $141.08 in probation fees or start his community service.

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Grier’s attorney, Nicole Moorman, requested a sentence of 2 years in prison for her client, but Judge Glanville respectfully declined.

“You got arrested with a gun within six months of you being placed on probation,” Judge Glanville told Grier. “All you had to do was complete your probation and do what you were supposed to do. Instead, you were out riding around with a gun in your car.”

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Grier was serving a life sentence for murder in 2010 when Young Thug used his money and connections to get him released from prison in 2019. Grier signed to Young Thug’s record label, Young Stoner Life Records, and released his debut studio album My Struggle on June 18, 2021.