New Orleans rapper B.G, real name (Cristopher Dorsey), was evidently denied yet another early prison release. This comes from Vlad Tv, which says US District Judge of New Orleans, Louisiana, Susie Morgan denies the rapper’s early prison release yet again on June 28th. Despite any handwritten letters coming from B.G himself to the District Judge requesting a compassionate early release from prison. This news comes even despite a handful of compassionately written letters of support by the likes of Birdman & Slim, as well Wendy, Day, and Gary Payton Sr, amongst others, all wrote letters of support on the rapper’s behalf.
“Dorsey had been complaining in regards to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the facility he was being housed in.” Morgan had written in her decision. “But BOP’s website lists zero positive cases amongst inmates out of total inmate population of 960, and one positive case among staff.”
B.G Prison Sentence:
Serving a 14-year Federal prison sentence for gun possession as well as witness tampering. The rapper has less than 2 years remaining on his sentence. After filing his first motion from prison in February, the entire Bureau Of Prisons went into lockdown due to an increased influx of violence in USP Beaumont. Writing “Murder and mayhem,” both a regular occasion inside the walls of the Federal Prison System in which the general public has no idea of what is really going on behind these prison walls.
B.G also claims certain health issues increase his overall susceptibility to the Covid-19 Virus. Apparently, the rapper had handed the previous attorney his walking papers due to “incompetence.” Refuting all of the prosecution’s attempts to “paint him as a violent individual due to his rap lyrics, claiming that the only thing he ever killed was a microphone.”