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Hot! Loon (Former Bad Boy Artist) Receives A 8-Year Prison Sentence For An Alleged Drug Conspiracy

 

Former Bad Boy artist Loon, now known as Amir Muhadith, was sentenced to 14 years in prison after being found guilty of distribution and conspiracy charges. The former hip-hop star was arrested in Belgium in November of 2011 and was extradited back to North Carolina to face the drug charges.

Taking his story to social media, Loon is asking fans to write character letters to the judge explaining how Islam has changed his life. He also issued audio of a prison interview where he defends his character.

“I want to explain to you, in detail, the charge that I was charged with and the federal indictment from the Eastern District of North Carolina as well as the conspiracy charge which I was charged with, conspiring to possess with intent to distribute one or more kilo of heroin. … In 2008 — some individuals had crossed my path who were interested, at one point, in the music industry. At one point, these individuals called me in relation to something totally different than the lifestyle I was living. However, the fact I answered placed me under the umbrella of conspiracy and therefore, once these individuals were apprehended by the United States government, they chose to implicate [me] in the situation and tried to implement [me] in the leadership role. … But because of the way the United States government works, they used the information of the informant and put together an elaborate story to make it look like I had a leadership role.”

Hit the click to listen to Loon’s prison interview:

“Listen to the full story of what happened to brother Amir Muhadith a.k.a Loon in a recording from prison just a few hours ago and the outcome of his trail yesterday in which he was sentenced to 8 and a half years in prison. This is what he had to say of what really happened…

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