Sheff G is serving a two-year bid for weapon possession
It's been a year since New York drill rapper Sheff G was sentenced to two years behind bars for weapon possession, and the rapper has been denied a chance to come home earlier after his was parole was denied. The rapper shared the unfortunate news with his fans on Wednesday (November 16) in an Instagram story.
“Damn parole denied me my early release,” Sheff wrote. “Shout out to all the fans, I love y'all #FreeMe #FreeAllTheGuys.”
Sheff G, real name Michael Kyle Williams, was arrested in October 2020 following a high-speed chase with two Nassau police cars in a Long Island town. He was sentenced in October 2021 after taking a plea deal to criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.