Is Rapper Tay-K Freed From Jail Following Capital Murder Charges? Fans Are Going Crazy - Check Out His Terrifying Story And The Video Made While He Was On The Run

Is Rapper Tay-K Freed From Jail Following Capital Murder Charges? Fans Are Going Crazy - Check Out His Terrifying Story And The Video Made While He Was On The Run
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There is an unauthorized Facebook page dedicated to rapper Tay-K which features over 63K followers. It claims that the rapper was released from prison.

The posts that are claiming this started to come in on the evening of December 13 when the rapper posted a picture of himself which he captioned  'F*** the law, they finally let a n***a out on five years of probation.'

 

He later added a few statuses such as, 'F*** the cops' and 'If I say I’m FREE then I’m FREE, Nobody needs to lie about being home from jail.'

It seems that all the signs point to the rapper's freedom even if there is no official confirmation anywhere about this yet.

We don't know if this Facebook page belongs to him or not. His fans are truly convinced that he was released for real and they started to flood Twitter with tons of messages about this.

Tay-K has a turbulent history with the law and, if you didn't know, we will tell you the reasons for which he was imprisoned.

He's 17 years old, and his problems started back when he was a member of the group called Daytona Boyz. He was a witness to a deadly shooting by one of his bandmates, Santana Sage.

 

He avoided charges in the case, and his friend confessed everything. In July 2016 he got arrested on capital murder charges because he took part in an alleged robbery that resulted in a dead person.

He was placed under house arrest just before his hearing, but he escaped and ran away, He was caught in New Jersey in June this year. While he was running from the police, he recorded his biggest hit called The Race.

He also attacked a 65-year old man in Texas, and he was allegedly present for the shooting of a 23-year old man in front of a restaurant back in April 2017.

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