Former Bad Boy Artist G Depp Released From Prison … By Ny Governor … After Confessed To M*rder!!

Lyndon Abioye |

A former Bad Boy rapper who turned himself in 17 years after he fatally sh*t someone during a botched robbery he committed as a teenager could soon be released from prison, Media Take Out has confirmed.

On December 15, 2010, Coleman walked into 25th Precinct to turn himself in. He confessed to a cold case crime, a murder of a Queens man in 1993. Coleman had attempted to confess twice before, but was previously considered to be under the influence of drugs and incoherent.

Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Friday she granted executive clemency to Trevell Coleman, 49, also known as the rapper G-Dep, and 15 others, just ahead of the holidays as a gesture to a small fraction of those convicted of crimes in New York.

Hochul commuted the sentences of four people, paving the way for them to leave prison early. She pardoned 12 people who are no longer incarcerated, including many who are not U.S. citizens and faced the threat of deportation.

G Depp will now be allowed to ask for parole before he would have otherwise been eligible.

G Depp is a is an American rapper from Harlem, New York City. He joined Bad Boy Records in 1998 and released his debut album Child of the Ghetto in 2001. He released his second album Ghetto Legend on September 7, 2010 with Famous Records.

After the release of Child of the Ghetto, Coleman had a long-time struggle with PCP addiction. In 2008, Coleman told XXL about his substance abuse problems and rehabilitation.

On October 19, 1993, John Henkel was shot in the chest by a .40-caliber handgun outside of James Weldon Johnson Houses on Park Avenue and East 114th Street. Coleman stated that he ambushed and shot Henkel during an attempted robbery and fled the scene throwing his weapon into the East River. Coleman’s information matched with the case and he was charged with murder. Coleman told in an interview that he confessed because the case weighed on him and he was “just trying to get things right between himself and God”. Coleman claimed that he did not know that his victim died.

Sean Combs commented on G. Dep’s situation on Sirius’ Shade 45 radio show, saying Coleman did the “right thing” by confessing

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