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February 18th, 2012

For my readers that are familiar with Boss G’s music and haven’t heard the news, read below:

A well-know Columbia rap artist was sentenced this afternoon to 17 years in prison for his role as lieutenant in a large cocaine operation.

Darnell Rodriguez Mealing, whose rap name is Boss G, pleaded guilty last fall to one count of distributing crack cocaine and one count of possession of a firearm in U.S. District Court. Today, prosecutors used Mealing’s role as a mid-level leader in the Folk Nation gang to convince a judge to give him more time in prison.

(Read the full story here).

TheState.com: Rapper’s prison sentence hurts S.C.’s hip-hop scene

9 Responses to “Free Boss G…”

  1. KJ

    Bruh…

  2. akshun

    the FUCK.

    All I can say is SMH. That article made me sick.

  3. Khidd

    The man was doin’ dirt… No sympathy on my behalf.

  4. kashkastro

    HE WAS HUMAN @ KHIDD AND MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE FOR THE ONLY THREE LITTLE REASONS HE DID WHAT HE DID FOR>>>>> HIS KIDS!!!!! THEY ARE THE REAL VICTIMS!!!! DONT AGREE WITH HIS CHOICES BUT THATS BEING HUMAN….. SALUTE TO PEOPLE WHO MAKE HARD CHOICES AND LIVE BY THEM….

  5. Jmix (NES)

    brola had alot goin for him in da muzik biz … smh he really help the SC hip hop. All I can say he motivated alot of ppl … daXn where am I gonna get my Souf Cak Muzik 4rm now!? Keep ya head up bruh … Shoutout to Moneybagz ENT… Free da Boss …. (i betcha alot of ppl changin now since da Judge made Boss a example)

  6. QK

    FREE BOSS G..

  7. boi-dan

    99% of all drug-dealers get caught. The crack game is a mouse-trap for n1ggas. You can’t win, ain’t no way, no how.

  8. yo

    Wow….. love the homie….. But dont do the crime if ya cant do the time

  9. Prince Akeem

    Unfortunate.

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