HOUSTON – Final March, Houston rappers Maxo Kream and NFL Cartel Bo used a metropolis park subsequent to an elementary faculty to shoot a music video. It included about two dozen alleged members of a Houston road gang as extras, the fifty two Hoover Gangsta Crips, seen in the video waving loaded guns at the digital camera.
After the video went viral on YouTube, police used it to determine and cost 20 forged members with gun violations, including NFL Cartel Bo, also referred to as Warren Brown II. He’s nonetheless at giant.
“These are dangerous individuals, they’re cowards they usually haven’t any respect for the sanctity of human life,” Houston Police Division Chief Art Acevedo stated. “And they are folks that current a danger to this group.”
Because the story broke, the video has been getting plenty of consideration — in all probability not the type the rappers expected.
On Wednesday, the nationally syndicated “Breakfast Club” radio program named the two rappers their Donkey of the Day.
Host Leonard “Charlamagne tha God” McKelvey principally panned the rappers’ music, “Hoova,” and recommended they’d confused artwork with real life.
“You possibly can’t do crime and be knowledgeable rapper. The 2 don’t mix,” he stated. “Either you need to carry a gun, push medicine, kill individuals otherwise you need to rap. I know plenty of rappers have confused you through the years, but trust me, these guys are simply talking about what you brothers are actually doing.”
Eleven of the 20 suspects dealing with state expenses are also charged in federal courtroom with being either a felon in possession of a gun, conspiracy or both. About half made preliminary courtroom appearances this week.
The fees have been filed Nov. 29 after Houston Police Tactical Squad officers and agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives analyzed the video body by frame to determine everyone holding a weapon and evaluate their legal data.
“I’m grateful that, because of good work with the Houston Police Department and our companions at ATF and the U.S. Lawyer’s Office, we’re going to see some individuals go to jail for many, a few years. I hope they take pleasure in growing previous in federal jail,” Acevedo stated.
Nine of the alleged gang members charged within the case remained at giant.
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