Keak Da Sneak Facing 16 Months In Jail

Keak Da Sneak who was shot and critically injured in Richmond, in a untargeted attack, in 2017 speaks on his prison sentence of 16 months in a wheelchair:

“It feels like they had no compassion,” said Keak, who has to use a colostomy bag and a catheter after being shot on two occasions back in 2017. “My health is not good. I know they’re not gonna give me the treatment I need in prison. I’ve been to jail before, and once you get behind these walls, they have no compassion. You have to be on your dying bed for them to give you some assistance.”

Charles Kente Williams (Bowens), commonly known by his stage name Keak da Sneak, is a rapper from Oakland, California; He is known for his scratchy, gruff voice and for coining the term hyphy in 1994. He is the leader of the Hyphy Movement, which was generated in the early and mid 2000s with hits like “Super Hyphy”, “White T-shirt, Blue Jeans, and Nikes”, and his major hit feature with E-40 “Tell Me When To Go”

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