Skip to comments.Rapper Mystikal released from prison
Posted on 01/18/2010 6:56:25 AM PST by laotzu
Hip-hop star Mystikal is to begin rebuilding his rap career after his six-year prison sentence came to an end on Thursday.
The Grammy-nominated star - real name Michael Lawrence Tyler - was jailed in 2004 on charges of sexual assault and battery.
He pleaded guilty after his hairstylist accused him of forcing her to perform sex acts on him and his bodyguard, according to Allhiphop.com.
Tyler was released from jail this week and has vowed to pursue his music career with renewed vigor.
He says in an interview, "I'm back. It almost feels like a dream. Six years off the scene for most rappers, it would be over with, but it's a new beginning for me. Wait 'til I shake the world up now. I want reparations."
Lookin' like a fool witcha pants on the ground.
Cool,now he’ll be able to make shitty music and father many babies by many different women....COOL!!!
Hey, if you think that suck, bust this Another little story as I reminisce about an old friend of mine that was livin out of order Makin money like water (illlllll-egal?) Yeah, sorta He sold drugs and robbed a lot of people But in these days and times, who lives illegal? It's all about who knows the trade and who am I to knock him? Homeboy was gettin paid He chose his own lifestyle to live - it was negative but his own prerogative Makin cash to flash and stash in half the trash The cops made the dash (sufferin succotash!) Because he had to do ten in the pen and then begin again to apprehend, huh But what's lost is lost, the reign is over (Huhhh, see ya!) Nice to know ya Money, no longer can he collect it Can't even get a job cause he got a jail record So what's left? No hopes of a career So yeahhh, he's callin Mr. Welfare!
I did not mys him. In fact, I didn’t realize he was in prizon in da first place.
Most likely in Hip Hop/Rap circles, he’ll be a hero and bigger than ever.
How could anyone even know this clown exists? The “media” follows this thug/nobody?
“Mystikal” should THANK the State Dept. of Corrections. He can now rap with great confidence and knowledge about prison, a favorite topic of these gansta-rappers.
Consider it an apprentice program.
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