It’s been confirmed that Vallejo rapper Lul G will not be charged with murder, but he will likely spend at least 21 years behind bars for a shooting that left a man dead in 2019.
Lul G, whose real name is George Harris, will spend 21 years in prison for his role in the 2019 shooting death of 26-year-old Rashied Flowers. Lul was arrested within two months of the killing but took a plea deal of no contest to involuntary manslaughter this past Thursday,
Harris’ attorney confirmed he would receive the 21-year sentence, but the sentencing isn’t scheduled until May. Because Harris held a previous felony conviction, he dodged a possible life sentence by accepting the voluntary manslaughter plea deal.
Prosecutors allege that Harris, Flowers, and other friends were at a Fairfield, California, home for a video shoot when a dice game began, which led to an argument between Harris and Flowers. Harris reportedly shot Flowers in the garage of the home.
Harris initially pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder charge.
The Vallejo rapper was a founding SOB x RBE hip-hop collective member. About two years after forming the group, Lul G inked a solo deal with Def Jam Records.