B.G. was in court and pleaded guilty to a gun charge from back in 2009. He was stopped by 5-0 with guns (violation since he’s already a convicted felon) and was also charged with conspiracy to get his boy, Demounde Pollard, to take the wrap for him. He faces sentencing on March 14 and could see up to 40 years in prison. Prosecutors also argued that he’s connected to high-level Nola criminals and brags about it in his videos and songs. It should be illegal to use rap lyrics in court prosecution if you ask me.