Ahbir Sardin, known to many as D. Rose, has not beaten his murder charge, 600Breezy confirms.
Days ago, rumors surfaced around social media that the Team600 rapper’s murder charge was dropped after his Cook County inmate report was updated to show charges of battery and a bail amount of $25,000.
But this wasn’t the case.
Breezo wrote on Twitter, “If Drose had a bond he would’ve been out in 30 mins y’all b***h ass got my hopes up being stupid.”
If Drose had a bond he would've been out in 30 mins ? y'all bitch ass got my hopes up being stupid
— L'aGangMember (@600Breezy) July 14, 2016
D. Rose, who is close friends with Chief Keef, has been in jail for over two years after he was arrested and charged with the Feb. 12, 2014 murder of South Side Chicago teenager Venzel Richardson. Rose is being held in lieu of $1 million bail, according to Chicago Tribune.
D. Rose, 20, hails from the 600 block Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side.
Rose’s arrested a few months after he was released from Cook County Department of Corrections after he was charged with armed robbery with a firearm.
Chief Keef name-dropped Rose in “Love Sosa,” rapping, “Don’t make me call D. Rose boy/He six double-0 boy/And he keep that pole boy/You gon’ get f*cked over.”
D. Rose was also mentioned in one of Keef’s earliest works “John Madden” where Sosa raps, “600 boy, I ride those boys/ D. Rose boy, My lil bro boy.”
Rose can be seen making a cameo appearance in the track’s visual wearing a blue t-shirt and a white skullcap.
D. Rose is being charged as an adult in the slaying, the Tribune reports. Witnesses reportedly identified him as the shooter in a photo array and a police lineup.
Venzel, 14, was shot multiple times upon leaving a corner store with friends. Venzel a freshman at Dunbar Vocational Career Academy, was struck by an assailant inside a white van, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Venzel was reportedly shot in the upper back, left lower buttock and outer hip. A fourth bullet went though Venzel’s neck and exited through his forehead, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The shooting occurred in the West Woodlawn neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side.
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