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L.A. Rapper Arrested And Facing Possible 22 Years FED Time After Self-Snitchin In Rap Video About Filing False Unemployment Claims

A Southern California rapper is behind bars after glorifying in his own rap video how he scammed the U.S. Government via California’s Employment Development Department’s Covid-related unemployment program. The YouTube video attempts to clarify that “***THIS VIDEO WAS CREATED WITH PROPS AND WAS MADE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES***” but Federal Authorities seem to think different. In the video, rappers Nuke Bizzle and Fat Bizza can be overheard bragging while rapping about running employment scams and shouting out President Donald Trump. Find the ‘EDD’ video up top. Catch the CBS Los Angeles news clip below.  The rappers are reportedly up to 22 years in prison.


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