ATLANTA — Young Thug, an Atlanta rapper, said that an apartment concierge allowed an unknown individual to remove his Louis Vuitton luggage, which included around 200 unpublished tracks as well as more than $100,000 in jewelry and cash.
According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the performer’s accusations are part of a lawsuit against the business that administers the apartment complex where he lived and its concierge services.
According to the newspaper, neither JLB Peachtree nor concierge firm Pegasus Residential has responded to demands for comment on Jeffery Williams, 30, also known as Young Thug, who filed a complaint in Gwinnett County Superior Court last week.
According to the complaint, after the rapper mistakenly left the bag next to his car on Nov. 1, 2020, a concierge at Trace Apartments put it in a secure spot, but another staff gave it to someone else.
According to the lawsuit, the lost bag included a hard disk with roughly 200 unpublished songs worth at least $1 million.