Video After The Jump
B.G. is sticking by the street code of "no snitching."
The former Hot Boys rapper, real name Christopher Dorsey, pleaded guilty Wednesday (December 7) to charges of being a three time convicted felon in possession of a firearm and witness tampering.
According to Nola.com, B.G. didn't cut a deal with prosecutors to testify against his co-defendants.
B.G., 31, was arrested in November 2009 along with Demounde Pollard, 17, and Jerod Fedison, 28, following a traffic stop in New Orleans. During a search of the car police found three guns, along with loaded magazines and two extended magazine clips.
In court yesterday B.G. admitted to owning some of the weapons. He also plead guilty to trying to coerce Pollard into signing an affidavit falsely claiming ownership of them.
In the 2011 music video "I Aint Tellin" B.G. speaks on not talking to the police and taking your own charge if arrested.
"Man, this f*cking ratting sh*t is getting out of hand," B.G. says in the video. "It's called t.y.c. man, take your charge."
B.G. will be held in jail until his March 14, 2012 sentencing, where he could get up to 40 years in jail.
News coverage of B.G. pleading guilty
B.G. "I Aint Tellin" music video