A New York classic.
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Give Puffy some credit for maintaining a roster that can stand behind the massive legacy of the Notorious one.
Checking in from the Murder She Wrote files, former Bad Boy G-Dep sits down with ABC's Nightline to discuss his decision to come forward and confess to the 1993 murder that currently has him behind bars.
The legal drama of G-Dep came to an end today after a long, two-year process that began when he unknowingly confessed to a cold-case murder.
G-Dep now says he didn't kill the guy...technically. "Harlem, New York rapper G-Dep appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday (January 13th), where he pleaded not guilty to murdering a man 17-years-ago during a botched robbery in New York. The plea comes after G-Dep walked into the 25th precinct and admitted to shooting John Henkel in October of 1993. G-Dep said he confessed as part of a drug rehabilitation program, but he did not know his victim had died from the gunshot wounds. According to his lawyer Anthony Ricco, the not-guilty plea was a procedural step, so that G-Dep's confession to police could be scrutinized, because he was most likely under the influence of drugs at the time admitted to the murder." [AHH] A mere formality.
"It ain't them that's knockin' us off, it's us that's knockin' us off.
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Since the "No Homo/(||)" movement is at an all-time high on the Internet, maybe it's best that you know the most pauseworthy song that's actually still worth some burn.