Tay-K Believes Race Contributed To His Lengthy Prison Sentence And Asks For A "Second Chance At Adul


Tay-K asks for another "chance at adulthood" while serving 55 years behind bars.

On Thursday, the 22-year-old rapper shared a message about his lengthy prison sentence to Twitter. In a handful of tweets, Tay says he was tried as an adult and believes race played a part in his sentence.

"I really just need 1 chance @ adulthood," he wrote. "I bet if I was a lil white kid they wouldn't have gave me no 55 years for a crime I was alleged to play the most insignificant role in when I was 16...they woulda rightfully argued that my mind wasn't fully developed and gave me rehabilitation and a 2nd (1st) chance at adulthood."

In a separate tweet, Tay mentions one of his co-defendants, who happens to be a white girl, only received 10 years of probation.

"One of my codefendants was a white girl who was 16 jus like me. They didn't certify her as an adult but they certified me n pimp as adults. Pimp got 30, I got 55, she ended up getting 10 years of probation without no deal. That girl @ home rn," Tay concluded.

In 2019, the rapper was found guilty of murder for his involvement in a 2016 home invasion that killed a 21-year-old man. Tay was sentenced to 30 years for aggravated robbery and 55 years for murder. He was also given a two additional 13-year prison sentences for two counts of aggravated robbery. However, Tay will serve the sentences concurrently.

The post Tay-K Believes Race Contributed To His Lengthy Prison Sentence And Asks For A "Second Chance At Adulthood" appeared first on Baller Alert.

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