People in Los Angeles say that they don’t like the way things are going. Lontrell Donell Williams Jr., better known by his stage name Pooh Shiesty, has been sentenced to 63 months in prison after pleading guilty to a single firearms conspiracy charge.
He was indicted in June 2021 on four charges linked to a shooting at the Landon Hotel in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, in October 2020.
Prosecutors say that Williams and two other people ended up shooting two people they were meeting to buy marijuana and shoes from. Both people who were captured survived.
Williams was first arrested for the shooting in October 2020, but he was quickly released from prison.
During a Memorial Day weekend shooting at a Miami strip club in June 2021, the rapper was arrested again and charged with a crime. I don’t know how that separate case is going at this point.
Following his indictment, Williams agreed to plead guilty to a charge of conspiracy to have a firearm in connection with violent and drug-trafficking crimes.
There were three other charges against the rapper that had been dropped, including one that said that he fired the weapon himself, which could have led to a longer prison term had it been proven that he did it himself.
Williams could spend up to 97 months in jail, which was a good thing for the prosecutors.
Williams is a rising star in the rap world, and he has worked with a lot of big names since he started working for himself in 2019. These people include Lil Baby, Big30, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, and G Herbo.
When he released “Back in Blood” in 2020, it had Lil Durk on it. It has already had more than 209 million Spotify streams.