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Chicago rapper Bump J has accepted a federal plea for a term no less than 7 years for his role in a Chicago bank robbery that resulted in over $108,000 being stolen. Because he threatened bank employees with a gun, he was facing a life sentence.  Bump J was previously signed to Atlantic Records with production from Kanye West and NO I.D. and features from Trey Songz and the late Rick James for his debut album.

The fact that his even happened is amazing, given that he signed two separate deals for close to $1 million dollars each for his recording and publishing deals.  His debut single “Move Around” was even featured in a McDonald’s commercial.  This is the quintessential case of  “When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong!”