Rapper YGG Tay Sentenced To 15 Years For Federal Gun And Drug Charges

Davante Harrison, known as rapper YGG Tay, was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison on conspiracy, gun and drug charges.





Harrison was convicted in August of federal conspiracy, possession and weapons charges after prosecutors said he was part of an operation selling fentanyl, heroin, cocaine, and crack.


According to prosecutors, FBI agents executed search warrants of locations related to the conspiracy on Nov. 25, 2019. After searching Harrison, agents recovered $9,277 cash and a .40 caliber handgun with an extended magazine.


At another location, which prosecutors said functioned as a stash house, agents recovered two weapons, more than 400 grams of a mixture of fentanyl and heroin; 40 grams of cocaine, 27 grams of crack, 71 grams of a fentanyl mixture, and drug paraphernalia.


At sentencing before U.S. District Court Judge Paul Grimm, Harrison wore an orange jumpsuit and the courtroom gallery was empty.


While he was incarcerated awaiting trial, his mother died from COVID-19, his defense attorneys said.