Young Scooter Pens Handwritten Letter To Fans From Jail
By Maurice Bobb
If you wanted to know how Atlanta rapper Young Scooter was doing while serving time in Dekalb County Jail on probation violation, wonder no more. The Brick Squad 1017 representer wrote a heartfelt letter to all his fans from lockup to thank them for their support, to let them know his release date and, of course, to promote his upcoming mixtape, Street Lottery 2.
“I apologize to all my fans I miss everyone of you although I don’t wanna be here but once you in there’s nowhere to go,” Young Scooter wrote in a letter posted by Miss Info TV. “My release date September 27 but the county can release me anyday before then on good behavior. Yall made “Street Lottery” biggest mixtape in the streets appreciate that. Street Lottery 2 drop July 4th.”
The “Columbia” MC goes on to reveal the featured guests on his highly-anticipated project, which includes Wale, Bun B and recent cellmate, Gucci Mane, who was released on May 2 after posting a $75,000 bond.
“I got features from Cam’ron, Birdman, Ross, Gucci, Future,” Scooter wrote, before signing off with “Count Up.”
In addition to his endearing words, the rapper born Kenneth Edward Bailey dropped a new song, “I Wonder,” which was recorded behind bars.
Are you excited about Young Scooter’s upcoming Street Lottery 2 mixtape?