New York City rapper Casanova has turned himself in to the feds following his indictment in a gang-related federal racketeering case, according to authorities’ reports on Thursday, December 3.
There are 17 other defendants named in the indictment; all had been apprehended on Tuesday, December 1, and all are alleged members of the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation gang, according to federal prosecutors. The FBI tweeted on Tuesday that they were actively on the lookout for Casanova, who at the time was still eluding capture.
The gang is charged with a slate of nasty crimes, including the killing in September of a 15-year-old boy, plus messing around with financial comfort avenues meant for people suffering economic hardship due to the pandemic.
Casanova (real name Caswell Senior), 34, who is signed to Roc Nation, ended up turning himself in late on Wednesday. He pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit racketeering, conspiracy to distribute ……
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