Lil’ Boosie and C-Murder are incarcerated at Angola Prison, and the pair are communicating and supporting one another as they both fight for their freedom.
The long awaited verdict on whether or not C-Murder will be granted a third appeal for allegedly murdering a 16-year-old in x, is only a month away, according Tru Records labelmate M-11.
Boosie was recently sentenced to 8 years for attempting to smuggle drugs into Angola, as he awaits his trial on a 1st degree murder charge.
Angola, which is the largest maximum security prison in the United States, houses over 5,000 inmates and is surrounded on three sides, by the Mississippi River in eastern Louisiana.
The jail is commonly dubbed the “Alcatraz of the South.”
M-11 of Tru Records explained the relationship that the two Louisiana rappers have developed, and how they help keep each other’s spirits up.
While the two have not seen each other directly, they have communicated through messages and have been keeping in touch.
“He told me that they send messages to each other and they send messages to each other,” M-11 of Tru Records told Hip-HopNews24-7.com