Memphis rapper jailed for bragging about unemployment scheme in music video

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Rappers often use music to flaunt wealth. However, one Memphis-based rapper used lyrics that allegedly implicated him in a crime. On Oct. 16, the U.S. Justice Department issued a press release to share details on the arrest of Fontrell Antonio Baines. Baines, 31, goes by the rap name Nuke Bixxle. The Memphis-raised rapper now lives…

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