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Pooh Shiesty denies snitching, in his current federal firearms case
Pooh Shiesty denies snitching in federal firearms case

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Pooh Shiesty denies snitching, in his current federal firearms case

Pooh Shiesty denies snitching in federal firearms case

Pooh Shiesty is still incarcerated, due to his federal firearm cases, from 2020 and 2021. In October 2020, the Memphis rapper shot a man in Miami, after a sneaker deal gone wrong. During Memorial Day weekend in Miami, in May 2021, Shiesty went on to accidentally shoot a security guard, while targeting someone else. That incident occurred at the famous King of Diamonds strip club.

Shiesty is facing eight years in prison now, after entering a guilty plea. The 1017 artist originally had a life sentence on the table, but pleas guilty to a firearms conspiracy charge. Shiesty’s trial date is set for April 7.

There has also been speculation about Shiesty possibly snitching, to get a lighter sentence. His mother has denied that on social media, after Wack 100 spread that rumor. Now, Shiesty is personally denying snitching at all, in a new Instagram story post.

“Omertà. It will never show in no paper that I set down with the government and gave a statement and no one on the case with me nor anyone else for something in return in that case that I will not be here. A factual proffer is not of a government proffer where the weak will sit down and tell they sole. No the difference before you use my name in vein before I bit some cheese. I sit down and keep quiet. Anyone that enter a negotiation plea agreement, it will be a factual proffer of the factual basis that the government will use in court to prove of the guilt they trying to show. I want all you lame ass dude keep the same energy. I stand on business.”

Shiest originally turned into a star back in February 2021, with the success of his breakout hit single, “Back In Blood,” ft. Lil Durk. That peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and is 2x platinum in the US. Shiesty’s debut “Shiesty Season” mixtape also debuted at number two, on the Billboard 200 chart. That is also platinum in the US.

Pooh Shiesty denies snitching in federal firearms case

Pooh Shiesty denies snitching in federal firearms case

27, from Atlanta, 2017 University of Nevada-Las Vegas alum, die-hard Atlanta sports fan, and loves Hip-Hop and R&B. Twitter- @YuriyATL. Instagram- @YuriyAndriyashchuk.

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