Ex-SOB x RBE Member Lul G Arrested For Murder In Nevada: Report

Lul G was picked up this week.

BYAron A.

SOB x RBE have been having a great run in the past year and a half. The group's made waves from out of Vallejo, CA, helping usher in a new wave of West Coast hip-hop. Unfortunately, a former member of the group is now facing some serious legal charges that could result in some serious jail time.

Per HipHopDX, Lul G, real name George Harris, has been arrested for murder in Nevada last month. The Solano County Sheriff's Office took the rapper into custody on September 21st, according to the website. He's currently detained in Fairfield, CA at the Staton Correctional Facility. Details surrounding his arrest are limited at this time but the Solano County Sheriff's Office website indicates that he's being held without bail. 


A publicist for SOB x RBE has clarified that Lul G hasn't been a member of SOB x RBE since late 2018. Although he left the group in late 2018, Lul G still appeared on a few tracks on SOB x RBE's latest project, Family Not A Group in collaboration with Hit-Boy. Lul G's also released solo music including his album Yhung N***a World in 2017. He also made an appearance on Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment's Black Panther: The Album alongside the rest of SOB x RBE on the song, "Paramedic!"

We'll keep you updated on any new developments. 


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