Thursday, February 17, 2011 | 7:43am
Roc La Familia’s Tru Life Gets 10 Years
For real when are we going to stop this senseless kiling merry-go-round?
Yesterday at Manhattan Criminal Court it was judgment day for one of Jay-Z‘s more promissing protege’s, Tru Life. Born Roberto Guzman Rosado, Jr and his brother who were co-defendants avoided what could have been a life sentence by accepted a plea deal for the 2009 stabbing death of 20 year old Christopher Guerrero. The stabbing was believed to be in retaliation for the shooting of a suspected drug dealer. Both were originally charged with second-degree murder, gang assault and assault charges. The career of yet another rising star derailed officially.
MESSAGE: This killing each other in retaliation is some bullshit for real yall. We’ve already lost one…why compound it? We’re all brothers in this world and the powers that be don’t care about us. They’d have it just the same for us to continue this. We went from one lost soul who took one for the team in the name of occupational hazard to another losing his life to now Tru Life and his brother now losing a collective 20 years of their own. Hip Hop loses the potential music he could have made and oh by the way…the drugs aint going no where and have a casualty rate of their own. SMH.