Lyfe Jennings Emotional In Court During Apology Before Sentencing

Video of Lyfe Jennings’ final moments of freedom was published by local Atlanta news station WSBTV on Thursday (September 23), showing the singer emotionally apologizing in front of a judge, before being handed down a 3 1/2 year prison sentence. “I did it… I know I gotta be punished for it and I just wanted the opportunity to apologize and that’s it,” Jennings said in the clip…
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Lyfe Jennings Receives Three & A Half Year Prison Sentence: Report

R&B singer Lyfe Jennings is reportedly behind bars, after receiving a three and a half year prison sentence in an Atlanta courtroom on Wednesday (September 22), reports the Seattle Weekly. The sentence stems from an arrest in 2008 following an altercation the singer had with the mother of his child, kicking down the door of a house in Smyrna, Georgia in an attempt to find Joy Pound and later fired a gun outside…
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Lyfe Jennings Preps ‘I Still Believe’, His Final Studio Album

R&B singer Lyfe Jennings will be releasing what he has called his “final” studio album later this month, via Warner Bros. Records. The 13-track disc, titled I Still Believe and executively produced by Jennings himself, will feature contributions from Canadian producer T-Minus, Bryan Michael Cox, Erik Hudson and Troy Taylor; while the sole feature on the album is from soul-singer Anthony Hamilton who graces the soaring track “Hero” …
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