Rapper Condemned to 5 Years Prison for RICO Case


Hoodrich Pablo Juan from Atlanta has been sentenced to time imprisonment for his involvement with a major RICO case. Dec. 1: “We Don’t Luv Em”The sentence was for 15 years. However, the time he spent in prison was drastically reduced by a plea agreement. Court documents obtained by TMZAnd HipHop-N-MoreThe rapper, Sterling Leroy Pennix Jr. will only serve five years in prison, but he will be subject to a long probation period after his release.

Pablo Juan will serve five-years in prison according to the agreement. But, he’ll be credited for any time he has already served. He will then remain behind bars for three years. Pablo Juan will serve the remaining 15 years of his original sentence on probation. Pablo Juan will be on probation for the remainder of his 15-year sentence. He will not have any contact with criminal gang members and will be prohibited from owning guns or ammo. Pablo Juan, who is still behind bars, has not commented publicly on the sentence.

This news comes two years after the rapper was taken into custody in Upson County in Georgia, October 2020 in connection with a larger investigation into gangs on RICO. Gucci Mane signed the Atlanta rapper to his 1017 Eskimo label. He was one of 46 co-conspirators facing an indictment. “92 counts of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 59 counts of violations of the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act, three counts of trafficking methamphetamine, three counts of trafficking heroin, four counts of kidnapping, four counts of murder and 24 counts of aggravated assault.”Juan Pablo eventually pleaded guilty one count to violating Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

The musician was held behind bars since his arrest, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to build his career. Juan Pablo, who was arrested in February, has since released three new albums from behind bars. He most recently collaborated with Lil CJKasino on their Hoodrich Kasino project. It is not clear if he will release additional projects during his time in prison or if fans will need to wait until his probationary period ends before hearing new music.

Juan Pablo is not the only rapper facing RICO allegations. Tsu surf, a battle rapper, was one of 10 people indicted for racketeering in connection to their alleged involvement in the Silverbacc Gang, or New Jersey-based Crips gang. “SBG.”Casanova, meanwhile, pleaded guilty in May to racketeering and other narcotics offenses. Young Thug was also detained for conspiring against the Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organization Act.

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