With the Lil Boosie first-degree murder trial in full swing on day three, more evidence is coming to the forefront. Not all of it is in the Louisiana rapper's favor. During Monday's (May 7) hearing, the man accused of executing a murder for hire on behalf of Boosie, Mike “Marlo Mike” Louding, denied the killing, according to a report by MTV's RapFix.
Authorities claim Louding previously confessed to the murder, but under oath, he said he never did so, and claimed he (along with accused getaway driver Adrienne Pittman) was with Lil Boosie the night the murder allegedly happened. In a "you can't be serious" twist, lead prosecutor Dana Cummings revealed that Louding has a tattoo that allegedly implies his guilt to the murder. That tattoo in question is a picture of an AK-47 on his stomach accompanied by the words, “Yo Boosie Who's Next?” The ink was reportedly done two weeks after the murder took place.
Boosie's defense team contends that the two men were not close friends and barely knew each other, though they agree that Louding was at Boosie's home the night of the killing. The defense is also contending that voices in Louding's head told him to commit the crime.
The prosecution claims that Boosie paid Louding $2,800 to kill Terry Boyd in 2009. Boosie faces life in prison if convicted.
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