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Gangster Disciples Threats Ends with Rick Ross Paying $3 Million

Updated: Feb 24, 2022

Written by: Khalif Thompson

Following a RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) conspiracy case, Gangster Disciple member, (street and prison gang created in the South Side of Chicago), Markell White confessed in a statement that Rick Ross forked over 3 million to the gang after being threatened.

Rick Ross allegedly paid a heavy price for mentioning Larry Hoover’s name on the hit single “B.M.F ( Blowing Money Fast)”.

According to sources and documents obtained by Crowned Tv Courts, a trusted source for breaking news, White revealed the payment while testifying against fellow members of the Gangster Disciples.

In 2012, the Gangster Disciples issued video threats to Rick Ross over his use of Larry Hoover’s name and the gang’s symbols. A 2016 indictment accused the gang of extorting the Maybach Music Group rapper.

It was later revealed that a man identified as “KK” Clayton, chief enforcer of the Gangster Disciples in Georgia, as the ringleader of the video threatening Rick Ross.

Clayton was sentenced to 33 years in prison after being convicted of RICO conspiracy. White, who was a regional leader in Macon, Georgia was sentenced to eight years and nine months in prison.

Check out a recent interview with Chicago OG Jo Jo Capone conducted, by the Hip Hop Uncensored Podcast, speaking the biggest issue The Gangsta Disciples had with Rick Ross!

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