Rappers In Jail (List)

Gucci Mane

On 09/12 and 09/14, 2013, Gucci Mane brandished firearms and threatened his lawyer and a police officer. He was sentenced to 39 months in prison after pleading guilty to federal firearm charges in May 2014.


C-Murder was convicted for the 2002 beating and murder of a 16 year old fan at a Louisiana night club, a new trial was granted by the judge due to improper actions by the prosecution team. In 2009, C-Murder was sentenced to life in prison for the murder.

Bump J

Bump J is a member of the Four Corner Hustlers gang in Chicago. According to eyewitnesses, Bump J and another gunman held up a Chase Bank at gunpoint and forced employees to give them $108,135 in cash. Bump J faced life in prison for his part in the robbery, but on June 26, 2008, Bump J signed a plea deal in which he admitted his guilt and ended up getting 10 years.

Rico Recklezz

While filming a video with real guns in Chicago’s South Side, Rico Recklezz, along with 2 other associates, were arrested and charged with unlawful use of a weapon and criminal trespass.


Cdai, a Black Disciples gang member, is charged with murder for the death of Javan Boyd on February 22, 2014. Cdai is currently being held without bond.


RondoNumbaNine, a Black Disciples gang member, is charged with murder, for the murder of Javan Boyd on February 22, 2014. Rondo is currently being held on 2 million dollars bond.

Young QC

Young QC (Qawmane Wilson) was arrested and charged with murder for the death of his mother, Yolanda Holmes. Police claim, Young QC hired two of his friends to kill his mother, so he could take control of her bank account and cash her two life insurance policies. Soon after his mother was killed, Young QC went on a shopping spree and posted the pics on Instagram.

Twain Gotti

Twain Gotti (Antwain Steward) was charged in 2013 with the 2007 shooting death of Brian Dean and Christopher Horton. The case went cold, but authorities later learned that Twain Gotti had a fight with Stewart prior to his shooting death. They also found a song by Twain Gotti which detailed both incidents; in the song, he rapped, "Everybody saw when I f*cking choked him. But nobody saw when I f*cking smoked him”.


BG was arrested in November 2009 along with 2 other associates after police found 3 handguns in their car. BG admitted that some of the weapons were his and plead guilty to charges of being a three time convicted felon in possession of a firearm and witness tampering; he was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison in 2012.

Devil Boy (Wicked Ways)

Devil Boy (Daniel Barlett) is charged with first degree murder for the death of former bandmate Creepy Face (Chad Ford). In September 2012, both camps ran into each other and multiple shots were fired leaving Creepy Face dead.

Syko Sam

On September 20, 2010 Syko Sam pleaded guilty to 4 murders and was sentenced to life in prison. All four victims were bludgeoned to death; one of the four individuals murdered was Syko Sam’s girlfriend.

Big Lurch

On November 7, 2003 Big Lurch was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Tynisha Ysais. According to Police reports, Ysais was found with her chest torn open with a three-inch blade found broken off in her shoulder blade, with teeth marks on her lungs and face. When police arrested Big Lurch, he was naked and covered in blood while staring at the sky. Medical examiners later found human tissue in Big Lurch’s stomach that wasn’t his.

Remy Frost

Remy Frost was charged with attempted murder for the shooting of Jon Handford in 2012. After a heated argument, Frost shot Handford and left in a vehicle, a concerned citizen followed him until the cops arrived. Though Frost was no longer in the vehicle when the cops got there, he was later arrested at a friend’s house.

Killa Kellz

It’s unclear why Killa Kellz is locked up, but he did manage to release a remix to Nicki Minaj’s Chiraq from his jail cell.

Max B

In 2009, Max B was found guilty of murder conspiracy and robbery charges and sentenced to 75 years in prison. According to authorities, in 2006, Max B sent his ex-girlfriend, Gina Conway and his stepbrother Kelvin Leerdam, to rob two men in a Holiday Inn in New Jersey. The duo ambushed Allan “Jay” Plowden, restrained him and then waited for Jay’s partner to arrive; upon his arrival, he was shot point blank in the head and died, the duo then fled the scene.

G. Dep

In 2010 G. Dep confessed to being the gunman to a cold case murder from 1993. G. Dep claimed he shot John Henkel during an attempted armed robbery and threw his gun in a nearby river. G. Dep claimed the crime was weighing him down, and he had no idea that his victim died from the gunshot wound. He was sentenced to 15-years to life on May 8, 2011.

Beanie Sigel

In 2012, Beanie Sigel started to serve a 24-month sentence for failing to file his tax returns. He is also concurrently serving a 6 to 23 month sentence for illegal possession of prescription drugs. He’s allegedly scheduled to be release in December 2014.

Tru Life

On June 15, 2009, Tru Life and his brother (Marcus Rosado) chased 2 men down in Manhattan and stabbed them, one of them later died from his injuries. Tru Life pleaded guilty to second-degree gang assault on February 23, 2011 and was sentenced to 8 years in prison. His brother claimed he stabbed both men (Jason Gray & Christopher Guerrero) which resulted in lesser charges for Tru Life.

Remy Ma

Remy Ma was convicted of illegal weapon possession, assault, and attempted coercion after wounding Makeda Barnes-Joseph with a gunshot wound. Barnes claimed Remy thought she stole money from her, which she denied. According to Remy’s husband, Papoose, Remy should be released in July 2014.

Cool C

Cool C was a member of the rap group C.E.B. He was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to death by lethal injection on October 30, 1996 for the shooting death of Police Officer Lauretha Vaird during a botched robbery.

Steady B

Steady B is the founder of the rap group C.E.B. On January 22, 1996 Steady B was the getaway driver for a botched robbery in Philadelphia which resulted in the death of Police Officer Lauretha Vaird. He was convicted of second-degree murder on December 13, 1996 and sentenced to life in prison without parole. Steady B’s 2 affiliates in the robbery, Cool C and Mark Canty were also convicted in connection to the robbery.

Mac (No Limit)

Mac is currently serving a 30-year-to-life prison term after being convicted of manslaughter charges in the death of Barron Victor on September 21, 2001.

Guerilla Black

On October 25, 2013, Guerilla Black was sentenced to more than 9 years in jail after pleading guilty to credit card fraud charges.

South Park Mexican

South Park Mexican started out as a Christian rapper but later stopped the Christian lyrics. On May 18, 2002, a Houston jury convicted South Park Mexican of aggravated sexual assault of a child. He was sentenced to 45 years in prison on May 30 and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.

Loon (Amir Muhadith)

Loon used to be a rapper under Bad Boy records before becoming a Muslim. On July 16, 2013, Loon was sentenced to 14 years in prison for his alleged involvement in a drug ring during the mid-2000s. On July 18, 2013, Loon was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison on heroin charges.

Twisted Black

On February 22, 2007, Twisted Black was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Federal drug charges. On May 2, 2008, he won an appeal for re-sentencing due to changes in sentencing guidelines regarding crack cocaine.

JR Writer

JR Writer went to jail early in 2014, during interviews, he refused to talk about the specifics of the charges he was facing. His online inmate detail page showed the charge to be ‘attempted robbery’.

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