News: Max B Clears The Air On Appeal Rejection Reports, "My Sh*t Ain't Get Denied!" [Audio]

Monday, Mar 5, 2012 9:47PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Incarcerated rapper Max B is setting the record straight after reports emerged online last week claiming his murder case appeal was denied, forcing him to remain behind bars for another 30 years.

Denying speculation suggesting his appeal was rejected, Max said a court hearing has not yet taken place.

"I just need y'all to stop the fraudulent rumors, Bigga still right here," Max said in an interview. "My sh*t ain't get denied! I'm still waiting on the courts, but that thing right there, right around the corner, right, right around the corner. I was gonna give y'all n*ggas a special treat, I got some unreleased records that I was about to release. It just be a matter of time before I unleash the dragon, when I step out the can, I'ma be on my grown man sh*t." (Hip Hop Connection)

Last week, Max's close friend/rapper French Montana also killed the rejection hype.

"My brother max b is not denied on his appeal just got off da phone with him don't believe the rumors courtdate is coming up god bless," French tweeted Wednesday (February 29) night. (French Montana's Twitter)

A few days ago, reports emerged online suggesting Max would spend the next 30 years behind bars.

Looks like we won't be seeing Max B anytime soon. Max B's appeal was denied and he won't be eligible for parole or prison release until November 9th, 2042. Yep, we most likely won't see Charly Wingate aka Max B for 30 more years according to the New Jersey State Police. Max B ended up in a New Jersey State Prison cell in 2009 after he was found guilty on 9 out of 11 counts of murder and robbery charges. If you commit the crime, you do the time but is there any actual proof that Max B murdered anybody? I don't think so. Free Max B! (Rap Dose)

Last year, the Harlem rapper had high hopes of possibly getting released from jail.

In April 2011, Max B was hopeful that he could be released from prison in the Summer of 2011. "The appeal process is done, finally. It's been done for about a month now," he said then. "Now what they do is, the prosecutor responds back and you get a letter. They tell you you've got to wait eight to 10 months for a response from the appellate court. You might see me in the summer. You might see me at the end of the year. I'm just waiting on the appellate courts, all my paperwork is done." (Hip Hop DX)

Check out Max B's interview below:

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