Atlanta rapper Khujo, known for his work with Goodie Mob and Lumberjacks, will soon be released from Georgia’s Henry County jail, where he was facing a two-year stint on weapons and drug posession charges. Details are vague at this point, but it appears that the term of the sentence was based on a previous firearms conviction handed down to Khujo in 1990. The verdict in that case was voided under the First Offender Act, meaning that the two-year sentence was unfair for what amounted to a “first” conviction. [The Daily Swarm]
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