G. Dep

Black Rob Talks Illness, Not ‘Stressing’ Diddy + New Album
Released from prison in May 2010, after serving four years of a seven-year sentence for grand larceny, former Bad Boy rapper Black Rob returned with some harsh words for his former boss Diddy, who never found time to visit him while he was imprisoned, but took a much-publicized trip to visit Lil Way…
G-Dep Talks About Murder Confession From Rikers Island
Former Bad Boy rapper G-Dep, who is currently facing life in prison after turning himself in for the 1993 murder of a Harlem man, has finally given a detailed explanation for his unsolicited confession.
The shooting, which he committed when he was 18, and was not aware had actually killed his victim,…
G. Dep Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, Lawyer Blames PCP
After confessing and turning himself in for a murder he committed in 1993, rapper G. Dep is now singing a different tune. The former Bad Boy recording artist appeared in a Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday and entered a not guilty plea, contradicting his previous confession of slaying John Henkel 17…
G. Dep Indicted for Second-Degree Murder
Former Bad Boy artist, G. Dep was indicted on second degree murder charges Tuesday, after confessing to a crime that took place more than a decade ago. After living with the secret for years, Dep now sits in prison, after turning himself in to New York City police last week...
G. Dep Arrested, Admits to Murdering Man 17 Years Ago
Former Bad Boy rapper G. Dep was arrested earlier this week (Dec. 15) after walking into Manhattan's 25th Precinct and confessing to murdering a Queens man outside of a East Harlem housing project 17 years ago.
On Oct. 19, 1993, Dep, born Trevell Coleman, admitted he was riding a bike around East 11…
G. Dep Preps Long-Awaited Sophomore Album
With his Bad Boy days long behind him and almost a decade since the released of his only solo album, 'Child of the Ghetto,' G. Dep is ready to make his grand return. The Harlem-based rapper has signed with Famous Records (KRS-One, Ram Squad) to distribute and promote his official sophomore…
Hip-Hop Dances: Harlem Shake
G. Dep, 'Let's Get It'
Rumor has it an alcoholic created this shimmy in the '80s to get spare change. In 2001, G. Dep became the first to put it in a video with 'Let's Get It.'
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