Blac Youngsta Calls Out Dallas Man For Acting Like His Lawyer And Gets A Swift Response

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A lawyer has been forced to respond after a picture he took with Blac Youngsta went viral and p##### the rap star off after he was arrested in Dallas.  

(AllHipHop News) 

Blac Youngsta had some words for a Dallas attorney who went viral last weekend, after pretending he was representing the rapper.

Blac Youngsta was apprehended in the city on Sunday, October 11th, after the vehicle he was traveling in was pulled over for making it illegal u-turn.  

Police reportedly found a gun in Blac Youngsta’s lap and arrested everyone in the vehicle. Blac Youngsta was subsequently lodged into the Dallas County Jail and charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

Right after Blac Youngsta was released from jail, he blasted a lawyer named Andrew Wilkerson and accused the lawyer of misrepresenting himself.

“Look, if yall know me, yall know for a fact, every time I ever caught a case you ain’t never seen no b####### a## janky a## lawyer, going and posting a m############ of me n####, what kinda n#### do you think I am?” Blac Youngsta snapped, before explaining how the situation went down. 

“This p#### a## n#### come to the jail. They say your attorney, he want to see you or whatever. I said, “huh? My lawyer, my lawyer ain’t from this b####.’ I go to the front, not to mention I’m stuck in a little room. I couldn’t get out the room so the n#### really had me when I got in the room right away. So I get in the room and the n#### come into that m########### talking about he can help. I say ‘look bruh, I don’t need help, long as I been going to jail you should already know. I never been in need for no lawyer ever. I got the same lawyer for 15 years,” Blac Youngsta said.

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The Memphis-bred rapper admitted said he told Wilkerson he didn’t need a lawyer, but some of his associates who were locked up for the same charges could use a little bit of help. The rapper said he offered to pay for them. 

“I said look if you want to help somebody its about 15, 14 of us in here you [could] probably help one of my little n#####, I’ll pay you for one of them but I’m cool. I don’t need you for me, because I don’t know you. When the n#### realized I need his help and I ain’t want his help he looked at me like I was a crazy d###### n####.” 

Shortly after their communication, Wilkerson posted the infamous selfie of himself with Blac Youngsta throwing up the middle finger. 

“The n#### posted that b####### on Instagram and yall went for it. But I don’t knock yall, because you know s###, I ain’t here to tell my side of the story. But f### that n####. I feel like anybody got that n#### on a case they don’t lose this s###. I ain’t just trying to say this to embarrass that man and make that man look bad out here. he made himself look bad by posting them lies and s###. “

Wilkerson denied Blac Youngsta’s account, and said he was not clout chasing, he was simply attempting to help a potential client. 

“I’m not a car salesman I am an attorney. That’s very confident and proud of the work in the firm that I’ve built my work speaks for itself,” Wilkerson said in a longwinded message on his Instagram account. 

 

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