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oh shit, Lil' Kim sentenced to jailtime!!!

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Platinum selling rapper Lil’ Kim was sentenced to one year and one day in prison, fined $50,000 and sentenced to three years probation by a federal judge today (July 6), after being convicted on federal perjury and conspiracy charges.

 

Lil’ Kim was escorted by rappers Freddie Foxxx (Bumpy Knuckles), Maino and a fortress of security that helped fend off a mob of fans as she entered a Manhattan court house to face sentencing.

 

Kim, born Kimberly Jones, was found guilty in March of 2005 of lying to a federal grand jury about her knowledge of a broad daylight shootout that occurred in 2001 outside Hot 97’s SoHo offices.

 

The altercation occurred on February 25, 2001 when members of Kim’s Junior M.A.F.I.A. entourage were leaving Hot 97 as men associated with Capone-N-Noreaga were entering the radio station.

 

The two groups of men were at odds with each other over a song on Capone-N-Noreaga’s album The Reunion, which featured fellow Brooklyn rapper, Foxy Brown.

 

On the song “Bang, Bang,” Brown hurls insults in Kim’s direction.

 

Brooklyn don't raise hoes, just slip, and graze hoes/What b**ch? You're soft and your p**sy name hoes/So f**k your ni**as too, them ni**as can get it too/Them f**ots act more b**ch then you/Let the ni**a [Notorious B.I.G.] rest in peace, and hop off his d**k…b**ch do you

 

The lyrical feud boiled over when the groups collided in a verbal altercation as Kim’s crew was leaving the radio station following an interview.

 

The drama escalated and a shootout took place on the street, with over 22 shots fired from six different guns, including a machine gun. One man associated with Capone-N-Noreaga was shot in the upper back.

 

Before the trial commenced, two men linked to Kim - former manger Damion “D-Rock" Butler and bodyguard Suif “Gutta” Jackson - pled guilty to their role in the shootout.

 

Federal authorities investigating the incident called Kim to testify before a federal grand jury in 2003 about her knowledge of the altercation. Kim repeatedly testified that she didn’t know the person or persons responsible for the shootout.

 

Jackson pled guilty to gun charges surrounding the incident in September of 2004 and Judge Lynch sentenced him to 12 years in prison due to his involvement in the shooting.

 

Butler pled in January of 2005 and is awaiting sentencing as of press time.

 

During the trial, Butler admitted that he fired the handgun outside of the radio station “with the intent of hurting someone.”

 

Kim entered a not guilty plea in April of 2005 before a federal judge and her attorney Mel Sachs called the allegations “baseless.”

 

She surrendered in a New York Federal Court and was freed on $500,000 bond.

 

During the trial, prosecutors produced photographs of Kim standing near Butler shortly before the shooting, as well as a video of several of the suspects entering Lil’ Kim’s limousine following the shooting.

 

Kim labeled Butler and Jackson former associates who were “greedy and violent” men that were exploiting her and testified that she had ended her relationship with the men prior to the shooting.

 

During her testimony, Kim said that she couldn’t remember details of the shooting, which she said was “very traumatic.”

 

"I was shaken by it,” Kim testified. “I couldn't believe it was happening at that very moment."

 

The jury, made up of five women and seven men, deliberated for almost three days before finding Kim guilty of lying a total of 29 times in three appearances in 2003.

 

Assistant U.S. Attorney Cathy Siebel told the jury that Kim’s testimony was “laughable” and that the rapper may have believed she was above the law.

 

Today an apologetic Lil' Kim issued the following statement:

 

"I would like to thank all of my supporters who have stood by my side throughout this entire ordeal. The many prayers and hundreds of letters of support, e-mails and kind words that have poured in have been overwhelming and critical in helping my family, loved ones and myself stay strong during this time of need. Today was a very difficult day for me, but I am no stranger to adversity and will do whatever I need to do so that I can continue to work hard and give back to my family, amazing fans and community."

 

Lil' Kim, who will turn 30 years-old next week, is currently finishing up material for a new album, as well as various television endeavors in anticipation of her stint in federal prison.

 

As of press time, no word has been given as to whether or not Lil' Kim will appeal the sentence. Kim must surrender to authorities on September 19.

 

 

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^^exactly, she just needs to get shot a few times and she can take Em's spot..

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All that talk about her cootchie is really gonna backfire now... in fact I think this could develop into my new prison fantasy...

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All that talk about her cootchie is really gonna backfire now... in fact I think this could develop into my new prison fantasy...

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It just makes me wonder what series of events led to this ridiculous situation that left neither Kim or Foxy being shown in a positive light and gave kim over a year in jailtime.

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dumb broad should have kept her mouth shut.....you dont lie about stupid shit like that.....you just fucking shut your mouth and say you cant recall what occured because you were tramatized....she probably just started to lie without really thinking about how it would effect her.....and by the way, fuck the media.....these assholes take anything they can find to degrade the integrity of the hiphop culture to mainstream america....yeah lil kims retarded.....yeah mainstream rap is retarded but people get shot on the daily....who gives a fuck about this situation other than white conservative america.....another way to justify or solidify a tolerance to the stereotypes applied to black people.....and did anyone notice the sentencing judge was named "Judge Lynch".....crazy

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Originally posted by dumy@Jul 6 2005, 08:38 PM

... is currently finishing up material for a new album, as well as various television endeavors in anticipation of her stint in federal prison.

 

american celebrity justice... wtf?

 

she's got time to make TV appearances before going to jail?

she's got time to finish up her album BEFORE going to jail?

I was under the impression that the judge would bang the gavel

and the balifs would take you off to start your term, just like that.

 

Nice of them to give her the summer off and she cant start her bid in the fall.

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if they could have postponed martha jail time to coincide with kim that'd be a jail reality show to watch. as it is now Kims gonna be the hottest dude on rikers for sure.

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THEY SENTENCED HER TO A YEAR AND A DAY SO SHE HAS TO GO UP. SHE HAS TO DO AT LEAST A YEAR. SHE CANT DO NO 8 MONTHS AND COME HOME BECAUSE OF THAT "AND A DAY". THAT SHIT IS KINDA GRIMY.

 

 

 

MEROE ATB

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22 shots fired and only one body hit.....

 

 

 

 

 

those douschebags should go to the shooting range before they start swaggering around shooting rounds off

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Originally posted by dumy@Jul 7 2005, 12:38 AM

Brooklyn don't raise hoes, just slip, and graze hoes/What b**ch? You're soft and your p**sy name hoes/So f**k your ni**as too, them ni**as can get it too/Them f**ots act more b**ch then you/Let the ni**a [Notorious B.I.G.] rest in peace, and hop off his d**k…b**ch do you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

now thats creative.

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