Rapper B.G. wants to be free and it’s nothing wrong given we’ve seen other rappers get out of prison.
“Nearly a decade after he was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for gun possession and witness tampering, B.G. has submitted a letter to a federal judge asking for early release. B.G., whose real name is Christopher Dorsey, submitted the letter to the Eastern District of Louisiana this week. In the six-page letter, handwritten from his cell at Big Sandy USP in Kentucky, B.G. reflects on his life, rap career, and the offense that led him to prison,” per VladTV.
In life sometimes we reach a point where mistakes are seen as a lifelong punishment.
B.G. feels like he learned his lesson and is ready for a new opportunity.
Flip the page for the letter.