The man responsible for taking rapper Glenn “Doe B” Thomas‘ life in 2013 is going to live out the rest of his life behind bars. This week, a judge gave Darius Thomas a hefty sentence for his role in the slaying.
According to reports, Thomas appeared in court Wednesday (January 11) and had an 85-year sentence handed to him.
Thomas accepted a plea deal in December, pleading guilty to the murders of Kimberle Johnson, Timnarius Hamilton and local rapper Glenn “Doe B” Thomas, who had by then signed on to Atlanta-based rapper T.I.’s Grand Hustle Records. At his trial in December, Thomas apologized to the mothers of Johnson, Hamilton and Doe B — Barbara Green, Torian Hamilton, and Shirley Thomas, respectively — after accepting the plea deal. (Montgomery Advertiser)
Last year, Hustle Gang boss T.I. responded to serious shade and accusations from Doe’s producer Frank White about dirty business practices.
Frank White had lashed back at Tip with a slew of Instagram posts discrediting him.
T.I. previously spoke to SOHH and admitted Doe’s December 2013 death shook up his entire Hustle Gang crew.
“For real man, that put us on ice,” Tip told SOHH writer Nikita Rathod. “We had to step back to re-evaluate. I mean don’t get me wrong we still have extremely heavy hitters with Trae Da Truth, Travis Scott, Iggy Azalea, people like myself, Shad Da God, we still have a plethora of talents but that hit us.” (SOHH)