Drake and Kanye West may currently be at odds, but they appear to be teaming up for a common cause. On October 2, RapaLot CEO J Prince provided an update on his mission to help Larry Hoover, the 70-year-old co-founder of Chicago’s infamous Gangster Disciples gang. Apparently Aubrey and Yeezy lend their star power to the effort. J Prince posted a photo to Instagram showing him standing next to Kanye, Hoover’s wife Winndye Jenkins and Hoover’s son Larry Hoover Jr. in preparation to release our brother Larry Hoover with the support of @champagnepapi and @kanyewest.
Kanye also posted a photo of the quartet with the caption: “They did Let the GD’s in the [door]”, referring to lyrics from Freddie’s Gibbs remix of Drake’s “Champagne Poetry”. 1970s. He was convicted of murder in 1973.While serving his life sentence, he was charged with continuing to lead the gang from inside the prison and convicted of drug conspiracy, extortion and prosecution of a criminal enterprise in 1997 , and sentenced to other life sentences.
Hoover has since quit gang affairs and works to promote peace on the streets of Chicago. He tried to rename the name GD to mean “Growth and Development. Last summer, a federal judge denied Larry Hoover a break from his sentence under the First Step Act. Kanye has defended Hoover in the past. He has been defending Hoover in the past tried to get rid of his sentence under the First Step Act. “getting former President Donald Trump to forgive Hoover when Kanye visited the White House in 2018.
Kanye recently introduced Hoover’s son Larry Hoover Jr. ., in Donda’s tracks “Jesus Lord” and “Jesus Lord, Pt.” Hoover Jr. talks about the impact of his father’s incarceration and loopholes in the United States.criminal justice system. Kanye and Drake haven’t been able to get along very recently. Their meat takes center stage. It’s unclear what role Drake is playing in helping the cause.
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