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Alabama Rapper HoneyKomb Brazy To Serve 15-Years In Prison After Violating His Parole By Posting Fake Guns on Instagram

We have an update on Alabama rapper HoneyKomb Brazy and it doesn’t sound good.

Brazy has been ordered to serve the remainder of his 15-year sentence after prosecutors argued that he violated his probation. He only had served 18-months after being caught with the possession of a firearm.

Prior to his sentencing, prosecutors presented 15 videos of the rapper with guns and drugs. His lawyer claimed they were just props for music videos, but the judge wasn’t buying it.

The judge pointed to HoneyKomb Brazy engaging in gunfire with an unknown group of people, which the rapper addressed in a video posted to social media and was eventually arrested for.

HoneyKomb Brazy’s defense attorney, Jeff Deen, spoke to FOX10 about the judge’s decision, st

“I wish the judge had denied the State’s motion to revoke [HoneyKomb Brazy’s] probation. His creativity influences and inspires others in his social circle. However, I can understand the judge’s opinion. He Conducted a 2 1/2 hour hearing and then took three weeks to review the evidence presented which included a plethora of videos. Even if the guns, dope, and alcohol weren’t real in the videos, I can see why the judge could conclude that HoneyKomb’s depiction of drugs, guns, alcohol, and misogyny would not be conduct becoming of a probationer. We plan on appealing the judge’s decision. In the meantime, I believe that this experience will drive Nashon toward providing a more positive and mature message for his many fans.”

Brazy’s grandparents were killed when goons were trying to shoot him and instead blew up his grandparents’ house.

His mom has had to move because her house keeps getting shot up.

Flip the page for Mr. Brazy getting in a real-life shootout.

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