Rapper Fetty Wap has recently received a substantial sentence of six years in prison for his involvement in drug trafficking, bringing a break on his flourishing music career.
Fetty Wap sentenced to 6 years in prison: This development was unveiled by the United States Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York, delivering the news to the public.
As revealed by the Attorney’s Office, Fetty Wap who is born with his legal name William Junior Maxwell II was an active participant in an intricate network responsible for the distribution of over 100 kilograms of illicit substances, including cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, and crack cocaine, spanning across Long Island and New Jersey.
The scale of this operation underscores the gravity of his criminal actions.
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The press release issued by the authorities shed light on the legal proceedings surrounding the case. The rap artist “Fetty Wap,” faced the verdict today in federal court held in Central Islip. The presiding judge, Joanna Seybert, rendered her decision, decreeing a rigorous prison term of six years.
Additionally, Fetty Wap will be subject to five years of post-release supervision to ensure his compliance with legal obligations.
‘Earlier today, in federal court in Central Islip, United States District Judge Joanna Seybert sentenced William Junior Maxwell II, who is the rap artist known as “Fetty Wap,” to six years’ imprisonment and five years of post-release supervision for conspiracy to distribute cocaine,’ the press release read.
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