Lil Jay is a Chicago rapper who rose to fame as part of the 2012 wave of Chicago rappers. He has been in and out of jail over the years, and has faced a number of controversies.
He was part of the 2012 wave of Chicago rappers that included Chief Keef and Lil Durk. He gained popularity with his mixtape Unexpected Fame and his song Bars of Clout.
Lil Jay has been in and out of jail over the years. In 2017, he was sentenced to 14 years in prison for attempted murder.
In July 2022, the rapper was arrested on gun charges shortly after being released from prison for the murder charge.
Further, Lil Jay has been involved in a number of controversies over the years. In 2021, a video surfaced of him allegedly being snitched on by his own gang.
In 2022, a video surfaced of him allowing a male inmate to sit on his lap in jail, which sparked controversy.
Another video surfaced of him allegedly kissing a transgender inmate in prison, which also sparked controversy.
Lil Jay has denied some of the allegations made against him. For example, he denied that he was the person in the video of the male inmate sitting on his lap.
Lil Jay kissing video
Recently, Lil Jay was accused of kissing a transgender inmate in prison, according to viral footage that has been shared on social media.
The video shows Lil Jay getting intimate with the inmate, who is sitting on his lap. The footage has sparked a range of reactions online, with many people expressing shock and disbelief.
However, Lil Jay has denied the allegations, claiming that the footage was leaked to tarnish his reputation after another video involving him surfaced.
He has not provided any further details about the incident or the authenticity of the video.
The incident has raised questions about the treatment of transgender inmates in prisons, as well as the potential risks of intimate relationships between inmates.
It is unclear whether any action will be taken against Lil Jay or the inmate in question.
Why is Lil Jay in prison?
Lil Jay was arrested in 2015 and charged with irresponsible firearm discharge. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison for murder conspiracy and the intent to kill in 2019.
He was released from jail earlier this year after being caught with a switch.
However, he is currently in jail after being arrested and arraigned on weapons charges. The reason for his current arrest is unclear.