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in states if u have 3 strikes or a crime of a certain degree and ur not a citizen, after time served ur OUT.......tried to get slick rick.....got bang em smurf....

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in states if u have 3 strikes or a crime of a certain degree and ur not a citizen, after time served ur OUT.......tried to get slick rick.....got bang em smurf....
Couple months ago, I was thinking, I swear he is gonna get deported.Peak for his career abit but deportation was expected

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Shyne's Father Elected Prime Minister of BelizeFebruary 14th, 2008 | Author: Paul W ArnoldLast Friday (February 8th), the small Central American nation of Belize officially elected its first black prime minister, Dean Barrow.If the last name Barrow sounds familiar, it should because Dean Oliver Barrow is the estranged father of currently incarcerated New York rapper Jamal “Shyne” Barrow (who after converting in 2006 to Judaism renamed himself Moses Michael Leviy).56-year-old Dean Barrow, a former foreign minister, was elected over the incumbent Prime Minister Said Musa. Barrow’s United Democratic Party (UDP) defeated Musa’s People’s United Party (PUP) in convincing fashion, winning 25 of 31 constituencies. Barrow’s victory was only the third defeat in 53 years for the PUP, who have dominated Belizean politics."It's a great feeling. I'm extremely grateful and humbled," Barrow told Reuters of his win.A former lawyer of Palestinian descent, Musa’s popularity had faded in recent years amidst embezzlement scandals and other financial mismanagement. Barrow ran pledging to end this corruption.A nation of just 300,000 wedged between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize gained its independence from the British in 1981. Known for its laid-back Caribbean vibe, Belize is comprised of a diverse cultural mix of indigenous Maya, Mestizos and African-descended Creoles and Garifuna.Tall and easy-going like the people of Belize, Dean Barrow sports a shaven head, making his appearance uncannily similar to that of his son. The former Bad Boy and Def Jam recording artist who was sentenced to 10 years for weapons possession and first-degree assault after the infamous December 1999 shooting at Club New York, Shyne is rumored to be released from prison sometime this year. When he is released it is also rumored that he will be joining his father in Belize as part of the first family. If true, this would mark a drastic shift in the relationship between father and son, as it has been previously reported that Shyne was raised by his mother in Brooklyn after his father refused to claim him, an event Shyne confirmed via “Quasi O.G.,” a track on his most recent release, 2004’s Godfather Buried Alive: “Imagine, grow'n up and never havin/Faggot ass pops actin like you never happened.”
Them connections there

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Daily News quoted Diddy as recently telling Hot 97 he had spoken to Shyne who was “in good spirits,” the now 30-year-old rapper was shocked. “I want it known that this supposed conversation… is a figment of Sean Combs’ imagination,” he says in a statement. “He never spoke with me, he never visited me nor would I ever accept a phone call or visit from him. The only way I would do either of those things would be if he stepped up and did the right thing for the victims of the incident.” “I never meant to hurt nobody — I was afraid for my life,” Shyne said at his sentencing in 2001.

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I swear Shyne has said, no conversation has took place.../Lol @ the way Shyne's dad is summoning him back home. Come like Mufasa coming out of the sky...

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shynepatterson.jpgShyne's father, Dean Barrow, has reportedly requested New York Governor David Paterson for a pardon to avoid his son from being deported to Belize.According to reports, Barrow has sent a written request to Paterson's attention.Belizean Prime Minister Dean Barrow, the father of former Bad Boy rapper Shyne, has reportedly written to New York Governor David Paterson asking him to pardon his son so that he is not deported back to the Belize - the country of his birth. Dean Barrow revealed to The Belizean that he sought help from Charles Ogletree - Harvard law professor and a member of President Barack Obama's inner circle to assist Shyne in resisting deportation to Belize. The prime minister told reporters he wrote the letter to the New York governor at the request of Professor Ogletree.Shyne's uncle, Michael Finnegan, recently said the rapper may be deported back to his country of origin, Belize."He has been released from the prison and he is being attended to or being held by the immigration authorities," Finnegan said in an interview. "The matter will be dealt with by a well known immigration lawyer and he is being supported by Professor Overtree, you know the guy that was connected to the Barack Obama campaign, well known professor, and as I understand from them while I was there yesterday, the process would want to appear to be looking kind of positive. But as a family we are not over, we don't want to be too confident because any number can play once you're dealing with court matters." (7 News Belize)Shyne's laywer, Oscar Michelen, also gave an update on his status a day after being released from prison.Michelen stated that Shyne wants to remain in the U.S.A. and his family has hired immigration lawyers in New York to try and ensure that he remains there. Shyne reportedly has a "green card", or permanent residence in the U.S. but never acquired U.S. nationality. (Belizean)SOHH.com Reports:

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I swear Shyne has said, no conversation has took place.../Lol @ the way Shyne's dad is summoning him back home. Come like Mufasa coming out of the sky...
lool :lol:

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