Rapper B.G. Released from Prison After Serving 12-Year Sentence

Rapper B.G. Released from Prison After Serving 12-Year Sentence

Rapper B.G., a former member of the Hot Boys rap group, has been released from prison after serving a 12-year sentence. B.G., whose real name is Christopher Dorsey, was arrested in 2009 in New Orleans when police found three guns and a loaded magazine in the car he was in. Two of the guns were reported stolen, and the car itself was stolen from an Alamo rental car parking lot. B.G. was arrested along with two others, Demounde Pollard and Jerod Fedison.

During the investigation, Pollard claimed ownership of the guns at Dorsey’s request, but police later determined this to be false. Both Pollard and Fedison pleaded guilty when the case moved to federal court, with Pollard receiving a 30-month prison sentence and Fedison receiving 20 years due to previous convictions.

B.G. expressed his gratitude for his release on Instagram, stating that his time in prison had allowed him to change his reckless path. He emphasized his determination to stay focused and pursue a more positive future.

B.G. was a member of the Hot Boys, a rap group formed in the 1990s that also included Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and Turk. Their second studio album, “Guerrilla Warfare,” released in 1999, achieved platinum status before the group disbanded in the early 2000s.


Author: CrimeDoor

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