Hip-hop artist no longer facing deportation

November 14, 2010 § 1 Comment

Bushwick Bill will not be deported. Now 43, the longtime core member of The Geto Boys was born in Jamaica and has lived in the US for more than 20 years. Bill was set to appear at the Vh1 Hip Hop Honors tribute to J. Prince, but did not attend. He was facing deportation in an Atlanta court. In 2009, Bill’s last work My Testimony of Redemption released, finding the former Geto Boy making Christian Rap. In addition to his work with Geto Boys, Bill did vocals on Dr. Dre’s acclaimed The Chronic, which sold 8 million copies XXLMag.com spoke to Bill’s attorneys, and learned that the Geto Boy is a free man. Misdemeanor charges are reportedly still pending.

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