Pooh Shiesty hit with further restrictions when he finishes his scheduled prison sentence of 63 months.
Pooh Shiesty Hit With Supervised Release
TMZ says that Pooh (Memphis resident) will go on controlled release for three years. For the duration of his release, it will be impossible for him to visit his co-defendants or group members. Furthermore, his parole officers will be able to visit Pooh’s property. Also, Pooh has to attend an alcohol and drug treatment program. This is an order by the court and is part of his sentence.
Pooh is currently in holding due to an incident that occurred in South Florida. In the last three months, the rapper admitted guilt to a conspiracy charge with firearms in the federal court.
The arrest stems from an alleged incident of an arm-in-arms burglary committed in a hotel. Additionally, Pooh is arrested for killing an unidentified 28-year-old Brandon Cooper in October 2020. Pooh was there to grab marijuana and sneakers.
Pooh Happy With Sentencing
Even though Pooh is heading to prison, he is happy with the outcome. The judge received the argument well. Pooh is pleased to see the judge acting in his favor. Likewise, the court’s decision also satisfies Pooh’s attorney.
Pooh’s legal trouble and ongoing problems, are not stopping him from releasing new music.
On Friday, the singer released his latest album, Shiesty Season: Certified featuring ten brand new tracks and featured music artists like Gucci Mane Gunna, Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Jack Harlow, and Lil Durk, Lil Uzi Vert, 42 Dugg, and many more. In addition to 9 new visualizers, Pooh has also released music videos for “No Clues” with Big Scarr and “Gone MIA.”
Pooh Shiesty hit with a three-year supervised release following his prison sentence.