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Celebrity Crimes: Reggae Star Vybz Kartel Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder, Rapper Wale Assaults Man

Reggae Star Vybz Kartel Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder
“Jamaican dancehall and reggae star Vybz Kartel has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 murder of Clive “Lizard” Williams. Following his conviction last month, Kartel received the harshest sentence of any of his co-defendants: he will serve 35 years in jail before he will be eligible for parole. .  . ” The Guardian.

Wale Rapper Punches Heckler in the Face … at WWE Event  

“Rap star Wale PUNCHED A GUY IN THE FACE at a WWE event Monday night — and judging by the way security rushed in to break it up, it appeared to be 100% REAL.

It all went down at “Raw” in Washington D.C. — TMZ spoke with eyewitness Jawn Murray from AlwaysAlist.com who says Wale was sitting right behind the announcers enjoying the show … when some fan seated nearby began taunting the rapper.  .  .” –TMZ

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