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It’s one thing to be sent to prison and another thing to have the judge tell you that your music likely killed some of your own people in your own city. That’s the tongue lashing that the rapper BG received before being give 14 years in the slammer. Hip hop music is a good thing sometimes, but it’s not good now when it’s promoting gang violence and black men killing each other. If a judge on the bench can see this problem clearly, then why can’t we?
Reason4Rhymes.com tells more:
They say that the thug life doesn’t pay, but people don’t figure that out until they are paying the price themselves. This case is interesting, because the judge took the time to give a diatribe about how hip hop music videos contribute to the deaths of young black males in urban communities.
The rapper BG, formerly from Cash Money Records, has been given 14 years in prison after being convicted on two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and one count of obstruction of justice.