The man who’s extradition to the US sparked a mini-civi war in his home land of Jamaica has been sentenced to a maximum of 23 years in prison. Christopher Coke, who went by “Dudus” on the streets of Jamaica was a known drug lord who was hailed as a hero by some living in the slums for his charitable work. In 2010, Pusha T immortalized the drug lord on “Dearly Beloved”, a freestyle over Diddy’s “Angels”.

[via Yahoo]

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