Former Bad Boy Records artist Trevell “G-Dep” Coleman has been serving time in prison since 2011 after confessing to the 1993 murder of a man he shot during an attempted robbery in Harlem. G-Dep was allowed to leave prison temporarily last week to attend the funeral of his father and reunite with some of his […]
G. Dep admitted to mugging and shooting a man named John Henkel in 1993. After getting away with the crime (he did not know his victim had died), the former Bad Boy Records rapper’s conscience got the better of him and he confessed to police in 201o, and is now serving 15 years to life […]
We know what you’re thinking–only 12? Let us explain. Through the years Bad Boy Records has left a number of its former artists in the dire circumstances as Sean “Diddy” Combs and the label he founded moved on. But there are some acts that particularly standout because of their hard knock stories.
You probably already knew this, but the “Harlem Shake” meme is not the real “Harlem Shake.” The former, videos of groups of people dancing to producer Baauer’s “Harlem Shake,” is not the latter, a dance popularized in the early 2000’s after G-Dep’s “Let’s Get It” video. A filmmaker took to Harlem’s streets to seek opinions […]
Trevell “G-Dep”Coleman is still at peace with his decision to confess to shooting a man nearly 20 years ago. Even in the beginning stages of his 15 years to life prison sentence, the New York native is content with the way things turned out. In a new interview with New York magazine, Coleman explained that […]
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 […]
Nearly two years after confessing to murder, rapper G-Dep has learned how long he will spend behind bars for the act. A judge sentenced the former Bad Boy artist to 15 years to life for his role in the 1993 shooting of a Harlem man. Dep was given the minimum sentence, which may or may not […]
Now here’s a strange coincidence. Jim Nelson, Editor-In-Chief of GQ, reveals in his Letter From the Editor column in the magazine’s forthcoming June 2012 that he served on the jury that convicted ex-Bad Boy rapper G. Dep of second-degree murder. During the trail, Nelson was unaware of the “Let’s Get It” rapper’s Hip-Hop fame. “I […]
As G-Dep sits in jail on murder charges, his former boss, Sean “Diddy” Combs, is still surprised by the whole thing. Diddy stopped by Hot 97 to give his opinion on Dep’s guilty verdict. “I was like, ‘Wow’,” he told Funkmaster Flex. “None of that was in G. Dep’s nature.