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As G-Dep sits in prison for the murder of a Harlem man nearly two decades ago, the former Bad Boy artist doesn’t regret his decision to come clean about the incident. In an interview with the New York Post, Dep explained that if given the opportunity to change his mind, he would still have come forward with the admission.  “No, never,” he said when asked if he had regrets. Sentenced to 15-years to life last week, the father of three noted that serving time may affect his opinion, in the future.“Maybe at the end of serving time or after looking back, someone might feel differently. But now I feel what I did was right.” On the night in question, Dep attempted to rob John Henkel, back in 1993. After confessing to the crime, the father of three recanted his story maintaining that he first had no idea that the victim died, then stated that the person he shot was a not Henkel. In the end Dep was found guilty, and must serve a minimum of 15 years behind bars.

If given the opportunity to advise his younger self, Dep said that he’d tell himself not to “stop playing with guns.”


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