When a Black man who was known for selling drugs gets locked up and says the streets are missing him, chances are the streets aren’t.
Rapper Casanova has been locked up for a year on racketeering charges and wanted to vouch for his innocence.
Casanova’s manager posted his statement on Instagram about how the rapper has felt since turning himself into authorities.
“This is a public service announcement to all my fans and very important friends,” Casanova wrote. “I’ve been incarcerated for almost one year now, exhausted all remedies and spent a significant amount of money on legal fees to prove my innocence. The charges against me are false, they don’t represent or reflect the person that I am. They are simply using my past criminal history to crucify me in court.”
If Casanova got out, it would be wise for him to do a 360 and not engage in the street talk when it comes to music.
The contradiction, irony, and hypocrisy always finds the man who has a hard time letting go.