When we last heard from Tay-K, who's locked up and facing two separate murder charges, he was under suicide watch.
However, prosecutors in Texas are alleging he's adapted to prison very well.
They say the 18-year old is the leader of a prison gang called the Rug-Rats. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports:
The rules — referred to as Laws of Power — included not snitching if caught in illegal activities, never stealing from a fellow Rug-Rat or disobeying a higher rank, and “no hurting or slaughter of children, unless necessary.”
The rules stated that members must be “jumped in” or voted in by a sergeant and could not leave unless “jumped out” or by blessing of two sergeants.
“Love, respect, protect and cherish your fellow Rug-Rat always,” the final Law of Power states.
In addition to being a Rug-Rat, Tay-K is said to be a Long Beach Insane Crip.
Prosecutors also stated that Tay-K has threatened other inmates and Tarrant County Jail staff.
One of the last tracks Tay dropped before he got locked up was titled "Rug Rat":