California rapper Lul G—formerly a member of the Bay Area hip-hop group SOB X RBE—has pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter stemming from a 2019 murder charge, The Vacaville Reporter reports. The rapper was arrested on September 21, 2019 after fatally shooting a 26-year-old man that July.
On Thursday (March 3), Lul G entered his plea in Solano County Superior Court, saying he would offer no defense. He also admitted to using a firearm during the 2019 shooting. Judge Carlos R. Gutierrez found him guilty following the plea; the rapper will likely receive 21 years in state prison at a sentencing hearing on May 22.
Pitchfork has reached out to Lul G’s attorneys for further information and comment.
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