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Casanova Denied Parole, Will Be Released In His 50s

NYC rapper Casanova applied for early release this week, and he was denied.

The rapper was indicted in 2020 on RICO charges alongside 17 others due to various criminal activities with his Bloods gang “Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation.”

Casanova plead guilty last year, and still has 15 years left on his federal sentence. But the rapper’s legal team applied for early release this week – hoping for a Christmas miracle. The judge did not grant Cas’ early release, so he still has another 15 years left on his sentence.

 

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Cas is currently 37 years old, if he serves out the remainder of his sentence without incident, he’ll be in his early 50s when he’s released.

According to AllHipHop, prosecutor Damian Williams said of Casanova – “[He is] not just a notorious recording artist, [but also] a high-profile leader of a vicious street gang and a magnet for gang violence.”

As a result, Casanova was sentenced to 15 years in jail. “He did not simply pretend to be violent in his music or on social media,” the government wrote.

“Unfortunately, he walked the walk. Senior’s offense conduct is not about a few song lyrics or how he marketed his music. Rather, he carried out an array of violent activity and significant narcotics trafficking that benefited some of the gang’s most violent and impactful members.”

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