Pooh Shiesty Denies Wack 100’s Snitch Accusations
Over the weekend, Pooh Shiesty catches steam with accusations of being hip hop’s most recent snitch. Music executive Wack 100 claims Pooh Shiesty is certainly a rat. However, the rapper quickly shut down all claims by providing a lengthy statement on Instagram.
“Before I bit some cheese, I sit down and keep quiet,” Shiesty states. “Anyone that enters a negotiation plea agreement it will be a factual proffer of the factual basis. The government will use [it] in court to prove the guilt they trying to show. I want all you lame ass dudes to keep the same energy I stand on business.”
In January 2022, Shiesty also pleaded guilty to Federal Conspiracy Charge. The charges are concerning violence, drug trafficking, and conspiring to possess firearms on three separate occasions.
First, the rapper accompanies someone who discharges a gun at a gas station in Memphis, Tennessee, in July 2020.
Furthermore, in October 2020, he and his co-conspirators arrive to get marijuana, codeine, and sneakers in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. Here, the group flashes firearms and also assault two victims.
Lastly, Shiesty attends a Miami strip club in May 2021 and assaults a victim.
Defending Shiesty From Wack 100
It didn’t take long for Shiesty’s lawyer Bradford Cohen to clap back in response to Wack 100. Cohen takes to Instagram.
“This is 100 percent fake news. @wack100 there is no paperwork that would say @poohshiesty said a word about anything on anything.” Cohen states. “But why bother with facts…just throw something out for clicks.”
In addition, Shiesty’s mother spoke out in her son’s defense. Her response on the Instagram story states, “Your mammy raised a bitch. Ms. Gladys raised a savage.”
Pooh Shiesty’s mother had a few words for #Wack100 after saying there’s paperwork to prove #PoohShiesty snitched on Clubhouse.👀😳 pic.twitter.com/YM711dRX8l
— The Info Spot (@TheInfoSpot) February 26, 2022
Wack 100 Responds To Shiesty’s Defense
Lastly, Wack 100 responds to each party reinstating his initial claim. “To @poohshiesty mother, I understand your emotions but you responded to a lie,” Wack states. “To the attorney, you’re weird. Learn the truth. … If this is a representation of how you do your research, maybe you’re the reason #poohshiesty caught the time. I got love for this man. Politics are politics. What’s real is real.”
Awaiting His Sentence
Since Shiesty previously pleaded guilty to the charges in January, he will no longer face a life sentence. Still, United States District Judge K. Michael Moore will sentence Shiesty. Judge K. Michael also disagrees with the prosecution team that Shiesty should serve an eight-year and one-month sentence at most. Therefore, Pooh Shiesty’s sentencing is not released. He currently faces 20 years in federal prison.