The Vallejo, California rapper Lul G, a former member of the Bay Space group SOB x RBE, has been sentenced to 21 years in jail after pleading no contest on a first-degree homicide cost. The East Bay Occasions reviews that Lul G, whose actual identify is George Harris, was sentenced on voluntary manslaughter costs this morning. The 24-year-old Harris has been convicted of killing 26-year-old Rashied Flowers in a Fairfield, California residence in 2019; he was arrested a number of months later.
Lul G was one of many 4 founding members of SOB x RBE when the group got here collectively in 2016, and he rapped on their largest track — “Paramedic!,” which appeared on the Kendrick Lamar-curated 2018 Black Panther soundtrack. When he was arrested for homicide in 2019, the group’s consultant claimed that Lul G had left in 2018, although he nonetheless appeared onstage with them in 2019 and made just a few appearances on their 2019 album Household Not A Group. SOB x RBE haven’t launched something since that album; the opposite members have moved on to releasing solo music.
On the time of his arrest, Rolling Stone reported that Lul G signed a solo cope with Def Jam. By pleading no contest, the rapper averted a sentence of 25 years to life. In accordance with the East Bay Specific, he’s in custody at Fairfield’s Stanton Correctional Facility, awaiting switch to the California Division Of Corrections And Rehabilitation.
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