Pooh Shiesty, aka rapper Lontrell Donell Williams Jr., has been sentenced to 63 months — a bit over 5 years — in jail after pleading responsible to a single firearms conspiracy cost, in response to Selection. The Memphis rapper was indicted in June of final yr on 4 counts stemming from an October 2020 capturing on the Landon Lodge in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida.
Williams was subsequently arrested in October however quickly launched from custody. He was arrested once more in June 2021 because of a separate incident involving a Memorial Day weekend capturing at a Miami-area strip membership. Selection says the end result of that case is unknown for the time being.
Williams ended up taking a plea cope with prosecutors, pleading responsible to 1 cost of conspiracy to own a firearm in furtherance of violent and drug-trafficking crimes in change for 3 different expenses being dropped. He had initially been going through as much as 97 months in jail.
Late final yr, the rising rapper launched a freestyle titled “Federal Contraband.” On December 17, he wrote on Instagram, “Ima be again in a minute received’t be too lengthy til I’m free.”