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G Herbo Says He Spent A Lot Of Money To Stay Out Of Jail [Video]

The price of freedom was a pretty penny for rapper G Herbo.

On the latest episode of Drink Champs, the rapper revealed that he had to “take accountability” for his past actions while also saying he learned that having the money to spend is important when it comes to remaining free.

“You know God, man, for real,” he said when asked how he kept himself free. “I’ve got to give all praise to God for sure. But you know just staying alone, staying the course, and a lot of money for sure. You feel what I’m saying? A lot of money to stay free. At the end of the day, I was taking accountability for a minor role in some shit.”

G Herbo pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of making a false statement to a federal official. He admits his wrongdoing, calling it a youthful mistake.

“Just me being a kid and being naive,” he continued. “I barely even know how to use my cell phone, like, I ain’t never committed fraud against nobody. I was accepting full accountability for whatever my role was in the whole situation.”

G Herbo’s attorneys were able to avoid prison time and was sentenced to three years probation. He was ordered to pay $139,968 each in restitution and forfeiture, and a fine of $5,500.

He previously had to pay more than $140,000, which is what prosecutors say he profited from the $1.5 million scheme.

 

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Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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