Guerilla Black will serve over 9 years in prison for credit card fraud.
Earlier this summer, Guerilla Black plead guilty to theft and fraud charges. The rapper, known for his physical and vocal likeness to The Notorious B.I.G., was involved in a scheme that involved him stealing over 27,000 credit card numbers from a Maryland hacker, who had acquired them from a few Seattle businesses.
Black, whose real name is Charles Tony Williamson was sentenced to 110 months in prison (just over 9 years) on Friday. He will be supervised for 5 years following his release.
As serious as the consequences are for the L.A. rapper, they pale in comparison to the 30 years he could have possibly served.