Digital and Radio Facts: Corey C-Murder Miller faces life in prison for second degree murder after killing Steve Thomas in a Louisiana nightclub in 2002. The victim's father George Thomas said: “I'm not rejoicing. I feel bad for [Miller's] family. “But at least they can see him. What have we got but a gravesite and a photograph?” Miller was first charged in 2003, when he decided to change his name from C-Murder to C-Miller because he felt people misunderstood his name. He told USA Today in 2005 that C-Murder stood for “See Murder”, after the killings he had witnessed growing up in a rough New Orleans neighbourhood.The rapper was eventually found guilty of second-degree murder in 2003 and spent three years in jail, before winning a retrial. It took two jury votes in the latest trial to convict him, after one woman appeared to have changed her vote just to end deliberations. The judge ordered police to fill the courtroom for the final verdict, arresting anyone who so much as “gasped” at the decision. The victim's family left in tears. Miller was convicted of a separate count of attempted murder from 2001.She says he's innocent and that he was charged totally based on his name (???) One might ask, why did he pick that name? Then she calls for Barack as if he is supposed to help get Corey out of the situation? Corey's brother Master P appears to have skipped the trial.This is the video (below) of another shooting C Murder was involved in where he pleaded no contest. Nobody died from this incident but it was caught on tape.
iHeartMedia announced today that Yesenia Bello has been named iHeartMedia’s first Senior Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, effective immediately. [...]