Victim’s Family In Tru Life Murder Case Say Rapper Got Off Easy

Late last month, New York rapper, Tru Life, was handed down an eight-year sentence, in a murder case stemming from a 2009 stabbing. The family of the 20-year-old victim, Christopher Guerrero, aren’t happy. They feel the rapper’s punishment is far too light. Tru Life (real name: Robert Rosado), along with his brother Marcus, have both apologized to the family of Guerrero, claiming he was not their intended target…
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Tru Life Gets Eight Year Sentence After Accepting Plea Deal

Tru Life was offered a plea deal last week, in which he’d receive a much lesser sentence in his murder case. And, he’s reported accepted the plea, but is slightly less than originally reported. MTV confirmed that the rapper (real name: Robert Rosado) has reached a deal with Manhattan prosecutors that will land the rapper in jail for eight years. The New York rapper was offered a deal last week, stemming from a 2009 incident…
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Tru Life Offered Plea Deal In 2009 Murder Case

New details in rapper Tru Life’s murder case was revealed on Wednesday (February 16). According to DNAinfo.com, the rapper (real name: Robert Rosado) has been offered a plea deal by Assistant District Attorney Linda Ford, where he would serve a 10-year sentence for a second-degree murder, gang assault and assault charges, stemming from the fatal stabbing of a man nearly two years ago…
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