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Texas Man’s Rap Lyrics Used In His Life Sentencing

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Hopeful Texas rapper Anthony Johnson was charged with the murder of his So Fly Entertainment business partner Romuald Ngande recently and will face life in prison. Ngande suffered from a fatal gunshot wound inflicted by an AK-47 assault rifle.

Johnson originally claimed self-defense, and told prosecutors that Ngande was angry after he was denied a ride to work. Johnson reportedly put a gun in Ngande’s mouth, and shot him when Ngande reached for his pocket. Apparently, Ngande was unarmed and was simply reaching for a lighter.

“He grabbed it real quick and said, ‘Go ahead. Do it, do it. Blow out my brains,” Johnson told jurors. “He reached into his pocket. I just saw a gleam of silver.”

Johnson, however, failed to help his own case. While imprisoned, he was busy writing rap lyrics. Lyrics that would later be used against him in court. One of the lines reads, “I’m a beast, I’m a beast/ that cannot be tamed.”

After six-plus hours of deliberation, the jury rejected his claim of self-defense.

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