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Old 01-18-2018, 08:06 PM
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In a bid to generate credibility as an American urban hiphopper, a rapper based in the state of Rhode Island named himself after the state of Montana. He's put out songs titled Sell Drugz and Feds Watching, and...well, guess what?
Michael Persaud, aka “Montana Millz”...pleaded of fentanyl...possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl and distribution of heroin...(He) was three years in federal prison...

Police had been watching Persaud for several months...They had not known of his stage name or drug-referencing songs prior to the case...

Persaud’s lawyers cited his music career as evidence of his work ethic
...“(He) has shown an ability and a proclivity to work at legitimate jobs throughout his life and knows the value of hard work and self-sufficiency,” (they) wrote...
Newsflash, lawyers: While it does require a "hard work ethic," using legally earned income to conceal, transport, or avoid paying taxes on ILLEGALLY earned income is NOT a "legitimate" job!

P.S. And if he got a maximum of just three years on charges that normally result in a minimum of ten, it suggests that Mr. Millz can "sing" as well as rap -- NOT the best first impression to make on your cellmates!

Remember how we used to talk about busting out? We'd break their hearts together...forever...

You and me and our old friends / hoping it would never end / holding on to never say goodbye...

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