The allegations made by the performer are part of a lawsuit against The Atlanta Journal-Constitution , which reports that the company manages the apartment building where he lived and its concierge firm.
According to the newspaper, neither JLB Peachtree or concierge company Pegasus Residential have responded to requests for comment on the lawsuit filed last Wednesday in Gwinnett County Superior Court by Jeffery Williams (30), whose stage name was Young Thug.
The lawsuit claims that Trace Apartments' concierge placed the bag in a safe location after the rapper left it near his car on Nov. 1, 2020. However, another employee gave it to another person.
According to the lawsuit, the bag was missing a hard drive containing 200 songs unreleased that were worth at least $1,000,000.
According to the lawsuit, the bag contained $40,000 in cash and a $57,000 diamond-encrusted timepiece. It also included a $37,000 chain with inset diamants and a $57,000 diamond-encrusted watch.