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Ralo was sentenced to 8 years in marijuana trafficking, the judge granted a four-year loan

Gucci artist Mane Ralo, who is behind bars in 2018, has now been sentenced to 8 years in prison for his arrest for marijuana trafficking. The Atalanta native was in Dekalb County Jail awaiting trial. According to an Instagram post on Wednesday night (June 1), Ralo was sentenced to eight years in federal prison.

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The four-year credit is coming like a sigh!

The 1017 Ralo Records artist was arrested in 2018, after federal agents accused him of trafficking over $ 2 million in marijuana. Since then, the rapper has been in DeKalb Country Prison awaiting trial since then, and finally saw his day in court two months ago.

An Instagram post on Wednesday night revealed that the judge sentenced him to eight years in prison, but considered that he had already been executed in prison. In light of this, Ralo is expected to be released by the end of this year. The caption reads as follows:

“The judge sentenced Ralo to 8 years in federal prison, and he was sentenced to 4 years in prison. BOP also credited him for 1 and 1/2 years for a good time. He was recommended a 1-year-old ankle monitor after the middle house approved his home address; which will bring him home to us at the end of next year, but our goal is for him to complete his GED or RDAP drug program so that we can serve another year in prison. That will bring him home in less than a year. We need prayer. ”

However, there is a silver lining. Ralo has already served his time behind bars and the judge has given him a four-year loan for the same thing. Yes, despite the sentence of almost a decade, it will be cut to more than half, due to the time already atoned! So yeah, she’s about to come home.

Previous call for Clemency

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Ralo, who is signed with the Gucci Mane 1017 house, was arrested in 2018 and charged with trafficking over $ 2 million in marijuana. The charges allege he was selling drugs from an apartment complex he rented in Atlanta while flying nearly £ 1,000. California marijuana.

Earlier, several prominent hip hop artists, including Drake, as well as cannabis and criminal justice activists, banned together to support Atlanta rapper Ralo, whose real name is Terrell Davis. Organized by the cannabis leniency activist group Mission Green, the consortium sent a letter to President Biden calling for the release of Ralo and other people incarcerated on cannabis charges. Read below:

“On behalf of Terrell Davis and his family, we strongly urge you to grant mercy to Mr. Davis, who is serving a federal sentence for a nonviolent marijuana offense. The undersigned - musicians, actors, athletes, filmmakers, current and former government officials and elected officials, lawyers and business leaders - strongly believe that justice is needed in this case. Our nation’s vision for cannabis has evolved and it is imperative that you shut down citizens based on the unjustified harsh attitudes of past generations. “

Earlier, Ralo swore he would never jerk and said he could have been home as a 6ix9ine. Well, this is not the time, but it may be time for him. Ralo will be reunited with his family after a long wait.

If you want to know about the most famous rappers who have been imprisoned, you can find the list here. As for Ralo, we hope that he will learn a lesson from his time in prison and that he will become a better person for the sake of his family. Wasn’t he lucky? What do you think about this trial?

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