Are these rappers guilty of homicide? B*tch, they might be. Several famous rappers and hip-hop stars have been convicted of murder. Some of these musicians got off on lesser charges, while others are spending the rest of their lives in prison. One famous rapper even turned himself in after a murder case went cold.
Who is the most famous rapper who has killed? Gucci Mane tops our list. In 2005, Gucci Mane and his entourage were attacked by a group of men. He and his friends shot at the men, and one of the attackers ended up dead. He was charged with murder, though he always said that his actions were in self-defense. The charges were eventually dropped.
In 2010, G. Dep confessed to a cold case murder that he committed in 1993. He was convicted of second-degree murder in 2011, and was sentenced to 15-years to life in prison. In 2003, Big Lurch was sentenced to life in prison for murder and aggravated mayhem associated with the 2002 death of Tynisha Ysais. The victim's chest was torn open, and bite marks were found on her body. Big Lurch is serving time at the California State Prison, Sacramento.Are you surprised that so many rappers have killed? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
Rapper Kidd Creole - whose real name is Nathaniel Glover - was arrested in August 2017 after fatally stabbing a homeless man in New York City. Glover was one of the founding members of the 1980s hip hop group Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five. According to police, he and an unnamed homeless man got into an altercation just before midnight on July 31. Glover stabbed the man several times, and he later died.
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In 2005, Gucci Mane and his entourage were attacked by a group of men. He and his friends shot at their attackers, and one of them ended up dead. He was initially charged with murder, though his actions were in self-defense. The case was eventually dropped due to insufficient evidence.A rumor began spreading around the Internet that when the judge asked if he was guilty, Gucci Mane responded, "B*tch, I might be." However, this rumor turned out to be false - it was a joke based on his song, "(Pillz) B*tch I Might Be."
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