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News: DMX Sentenced for Tax Evasion, 1 Year in Prison

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News: DMX Sentenced for Tax Evasion, 1 Year in Prison

Last year, DMX was facing 14 counts and over 44 years in prison for tax evasion. He was said to have engaged in a ‘multi-year scheme’ to avoid paying $1.7 million in taxes to the IRS. His lawyer worked out a deal, pleading guilty to one count tax evasion and a one-year sentence, plus 3 […]

News: Meek Mill’s Lawyer Says ‘Judge Had Vendetta Against Meek’

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News: Meek Mill’s Lawyer Says ‘Judge Had Vendetta Against Meek’

This week, Meek Mill was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison for violating his probation stemming from an old gun and drug case. The Judge, Genece Brinkley used his failed drug test along with the failure to comply with the court to sentenced the Philly rapper. Well, now Meek Mill’s attorney Joe Tacopina is speaking […]

News: Meek Mill Sentenced To 2-4 Years For Violating Probation

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News: Meek Mill Sentenced To 2-4 Years For Violating Probation

Meek Mill released his most recent album Wins & Losses back in July here. But, now he’s facing some hard times as he was sentenced yesterday for violating probation in a gun and drug case from 2008. After a brief hearing the judge sentenced the Philly rapper to 2-4 years in prison. Several supporters took […]

News: Kevin Gates Sentenced To Two Years In Prison

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News: Kevin Gates Sentenced To Two Years In Prison

After serving 6 months in jail for kicking a fan, Kevin Gates was looking to start fresh. He was released for 24 hours when he was forced to turn himself in. He was convicted of an outstanding warrant from a gun case in 2013. Today he was sentenced to prison for 30 months and sent […]

News: Bobby Shmurda Officially Sentenced To 7 Years in Prison

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News: Bobby Shmurda Officially Sentenced To 7 Years in Prison

Bobby Shmurda was in court today sentenced to 7 years in prison. The 22-year old rapper received a sentence of one to three years for conspiracy in the fourth degree and seven years for criminal possession of a weapon. The sentences will run concurrently followed by 5 years of post-release supervision. The New York Times […]