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WU-TANG AFFILIATE RAPPER, SHYHEIM SURRENDERS TO POLICE OVER FATAL HIT-AND-RUN

sWu-Tang Clan affiliate rapper, Shyheim is in trouble after he surrendered to police in connection to a New Year’s Day hit and run which left a 29 year old Staten Island man dead. The rapper, who first came to fame back in the ’90s as Shyheim The Rugged Child, reportedly ran through a red light and hit the man. To make matters worse, Shyheim was out on bail on gun and drug charges.

Shyheim faces a charge of leaving the scene of the accident, and has turned to YouTube to ask for donations towards the cost of his legal counsel.

Sidebar:

Wait a minute.  He allegedly hits someone.  Leaves the scene, then ask for people to donate to legal counsel?  That’s f’d up. Left someone to die, and then wants help in defending himself?

Photo Credit:  Johnny Nunez

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