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Fulton County prosecutors say rapper YFN Lucci should be returned to jail after violating his bond.

Prosecutors say Lucci, born Rayshawn Bennett, violated the conditions of his bond by visiting a recording studio and a strip club.

Lucci was released on $500,000 bond in February following his arrest on a murder warrant. Police say Bennett is a suspect in the shooting death of 28-year-old James Adams in December.

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Rumor has it that Lucci's long-suffering girlfriend, Reginae Carter, put up the cash to post his bond.

Lucci's accomplices, Ra'Von Boyd and Leroy Pitts, were arrested in Miami in January.

According to TMZ, prosecutors say Lucci was wearing an ankle monitor when he enjoyed lap dances from local strippers.

In court documents, prosecutors also say Lucci visited an Atlanta recording studio, which is a violation of his bond.

But Lucci's attorney, Drew Findling, tells TMZ, "This attempt to revoke his bond is without merit and is replete with factual and legal inaccuracies. We will zealously fight this motion as we will with every aspect of this legally flawed prosecution."

According to, Lucci plays video games for hours on end while awaiting trial.

He posts videos of video game livestreams with video titles such as "Demon Time," "Can't Sleep" and "House Arrest Flow."

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Gucci Mane's artist Ralo is heading back to jail after a judge revoked his bond for using an Apple Watch to arrange drug deals while behind bars.

Ralo, real name Terrell Davis, was arrested in 2018 and charged with illegal possession of a firearm and intent to distribute marijuana with a street value of $1 million.

A judge denied Ralo's bond in 2018 when the feds presented evidence that he was still running his drug empire from his prison cell, according to 11 Alive News.

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In July, Ralo was granted $250,000 bond, but a judge revoked his bond after the government presented evidence that he used an Apple watch to arrange drug deals from his jail cell.

According to the affidavit, Ralo and his co-conspirators continued to engage in illegal drug activity while he was incarcerated at Dayton Detention Center in April 2019.

The evidence shows Ralo "refused to abide the conditions of his confinement by obtaining and possessing the contraband watch."

The court noted that Ralo communicated with Antoinette Potts, the mother of his three children, to further his drug activity while behind bars.

Law officials obtained two handwritten documents seized from a purse that belongs to Potts. The notes explained in code where to locate "certain assets (including money), directed her how to spend or collect money, and instructed her as to the distribution of controlled substances."

One note told Potts to "save up every dollar you receive from grandma" and "keep count of all the kids at dad house an grandma house so you can know how much you got at all times (sic)."

The notes suggest the use of the code word "kids" as well as "cups," "half," "grams," "8 balls" and "all." There was also a list of prices under the name "kidz."

Ralo signed to Gucci Mane's 1017 record imprint and his own Famerica Records. His single, "Can't Lie" featuring rapper Future, was released in 2015.